Urschel unveils new Affinity Integra™ Dicer for difficult-to-cut products

Urschel, a global leader in food cutting technology, has recently unveiled its new Affinity Integra™ Dicer.
A smaller version of the original Affinity Dicer, like the Affinity, the Integra excels at processing challenging, difficult-to-cut applications such as cheese or soft meats, meats with high-fat content, cold temperature products, sticky bakery ingredients, or products like brined pickles. In addition to prevailing over challenging throughputs, the clean-cutting action achieves high yields of precise, targeted cut sizes well within customer parameters.
This new dicer incorporates design elements from the longstanding Model RA series, the Affinity, and the Sprint® with the ability to replace existing in-line Model RA series machines.
Food manufacturers should consider the Affinity Integra to enhance their production capabilities. Compared to the standard Model RA-HD machine, this new dicer accepts a larger infeed product size combined with a larger impeller case that equates to potentially a 20% increase in yield; when compared to Urschel’s standard RA-A, it equates to potentially a 50% yield increase. The increase varies across products and free-of-charge test cutting of your product is encouraged to quantify achieved capacities.
(visit the Urschel website at for more information, and to view a video of several different products being cut on this new machine)