At Kitmondo, we offer an extensive range of used bowl cutters, vital for the butchery and food processing sectors. These machines are engineered to finely chop, mix, and emulsify various food ingredients like meat and vegetables, ensuring a consistent and superior quality output. Our selection includes models priced from €5,000 for basic units to €70,000 for advanced, high-capacity options from top manufacturers such as Seydelmann, Krämer+Grebe, Laska, and Vemag. Each machine comes with distinct features including bowl capacity, knife speed, power output, and levels of automation to cater to your specific production requirements.

Choosing the right bowl cutter involves considering important aspects such as bowl capacity, knife type and speed, ease of cleaning and maintenance, and safety features. These factors are essential for producing high-quality, uniform products, enhancing production efficiency, and upholding hygiene standards. By investing in our used bowl cutters, you not only gain access to premium machinery at a fraction of the cost but also contribute to sustainable practices by prolonging the life of robust equipment. Trust in Kitmondo’s dedication to outstanding customer service to find the ideal machine for your food processing operations.

Visit Kitmondo’s listings today to discover dependable bowl cutters that provide excellent performance and value for your butchery and food processing needs.

Kramer Grebe VSM 325 Bowl Cutter Hot deal

Year:

Bowl capacity 325 L
Power 114 kW
rpm 17003500 rpm

Kramer Grebe 325 Bowl Cutter

Year: ~ 1990

Bowl capacity 325 L
Power 115 kW



Fatosa C200 Bowl Cutter Hot deal

Year: 2009

FATOSA C200 cutter Year 2009, Good condition, Variable speed drive to be replaced, 6 extra new blades.

Mado MSM766M Bowl Cutter

Year: 2010

Bowl capacity 100 L
Power 52 kW

KRAMER+GREBE SM 80 Bowl Cutter

Year:

Bowl capacity 80 L
Power 1.8 kW
rpm 3000 rpm

Tipper Tie SWV 550 S Vacuum Bowl Cutter

Year: 2011

Bowl capacity 550 L
Power 212 kW
rpm 3380 rpm

KILIA 65 LIT

Year:

Bowl capacity 65 L

KILIA 65 LIT

Year:

Bowl capacity 65 L

Alpina PB 90 Bowl Cutter

Year:

Bowl capacity 90 L
Power 22 kW

Seydelmann K120 DC8 Bowl Cutter

Year: 1987

Bowl capacity 120 L
rpm 5400 rpm


Metalbud Nowicki Cutter KN-200

Year: 2005

Bowl capacity 200 L
Power 91 kW
rpm 4800 rpm

Alexanderwerk NCM 45S Bowl Cutter

Year:

Bowl capacity 45 L
rpm 3000 rpm

Nowicki KN1-125 Bowl Cutter

Year: 1999

Bowl capacity 125 L
Power 51 kW

Kramer 500 liters Bowl Cutter

Year: 1989

Bowl capacity 500 L
rpm 3000 rpm

TEC MAQ CUT·MIX-120 High speed cutter-mixer

Year: 1997

Bowl capacity 120 L
Power 29 kW
rpm 4000 rpm

DMS DMK80V2 Cutter

Year: 2018

Bowl capacity 80 L
Power 23 kW
rpm 3600 rpm

Kilia 3000RS Bowl Cutter

Year:

Bowl capacity 90 L
Power 28 kW


Mastering Efficiency in Food Processing: A Comprehensive Guide to Bowl Cutters

Bowl cutters are pivotal in the food processing industry, especially for preparing finely chopped and emulsified food products like sausages, pâtés, and spreads. These machines efficiently process various types of meat, vegetables, and other ingredients, ensuring high product quality and consistency. Understanding the different types, features, and key considerations for purchasing bowl cutters can significantly enhance production capabilities and operational efficiency. Kitmondo, a leading online marketplace for used industrial machinery, offers a diverse selection of bowl cutters, providing businesses with access to high-quality equipment at competitive prices.

Types of Bowl Cutters

Bowl cutters come in various configurations to meet specific processing needs and scales. The primary types include:

Manual Bowl Cutters

Manual bowl cutters require an operator to control the cutting process manually. These machines are suitable for small-scale operations or specialty production where precision and control are paramount.

  • Small Capacity Manual Cutters: Ideal for artisanal and small-scale production, these cutters handle smaller batches and offer greater control over the texture and consistency of the product.
  • Medium Capacity Manual Cutters: Suitable for medium-sized operations, these machines balance capacity and manual control, allowing for more substantial production without compromising quality.

Semi-Automatic Bowl Cutters

Semi-automatic bowl cutters combine manual operation with automated features, such as automatic bowl rotation and speed control. These machines are ideal for medium to large-scale operations requiring consistent output with some degree of manual oversight.

  • Medium Capacity Semi-Automatic Cutters: These machines offer a balance between capacity and automation, making them suitable for growing operations.
  • Large Capacity Semi-Automatic Cutters: Designed for larger production needs, these machines provide higher throughput while maintaining quality and consistency.

Fully Automatic Bowl Cutters

Fully automatic bowl cutters are designed for high-volume production environments, featuring advanced automation and control systems. These machines minimize manual intervention, ensuring high efficiency and consistency.

  • Large Capacity Automatic Cutters: Ideal for large-scale industrial production, offering the highest levels of automation, speed, and efficiency.
  • High-Speed Automatic Cutters: Featuring high-speed blades and advanced automation, these machines are suitable for operations requiring rapid processing and high output.

Kitmondo offers a variety of bowl cutters, ensuring businesses can find equipment that meets their specific production needs.

Key Features and Specifications

When selecting a bowl cutter, it is crucial to consider specific features and specifications to ensure the machine meets your operational requirements. Key factors include:

Bowl Capacity

The bowl capacity determines how much product can be processed in a single batch. Capacities range from small (10-20 liters) for artisanal production to large (200+ liters) for industrial-scale operations. Kitmondo’s listings provide detailed specifications on bowl capacity, helping you find a machine that meets your production volume needs.

Blade Speed and Configuration

The speed and configuration of the blades affect the texture and consistency of the processed product. Adjustable blade speeds allow for greater flexibility, enabling the processing of various ingredients to different textures. Machines with multiple blade configurations offer versatility for different types of food products.

Automation and Control

Advanced automation and control systems enhance precision and consistency in food processing. Features such as programmable settings, touch-screen interfaces, and real-time monitoring capabilities can significantly boost productivity and ensure consistent product quality. Kitmondo’s platform includes machines with various levels of automation, allowing you to find the right balance between functionality and ease of use.

Material and Construction

The durability and hygiene of the machine are critical in food processing. Machines constructed from high-quality stainless steel are more resistant to corrosion and easier to clean, ensuring compliance with food safety standards. Look for machines with smooth surfaces and easy-to-clean designs to maintain high hygiene levels.

Safety Features

Safety features are essential to protect operators and ensure safe operation. Look for machines with safety interlocks, emergency stop buttons, and protective covers to minimize the risk of accidents. Kitmondo provides information on the safety features of used machines, aiding in informed decision-making.

Leading Brands in Bowl Cutters

Reputable brands and manufacturers are often synonymous with higher quality and better support. Some leading brands in the bowl cutter market include:

  • Seydelmann: Known for their high-precision bowl cutters, Seydelmann offers robust solutions suitable for various food processing applications.
  • Kutter: Kutter’s bowl cutters are renowned for their durability and advanced technology, making them a popular choice in the meat processing industry.
  • K+G Wetter: K+G Wetter provides a range of high-performance bowl cutters, known for their reliability and precision in demanding applications.
  • Friedrich Dick: Friedrich Dick’s bowl cutters are characterized by their efficiency and versatility, offering reliable performance for large-scale operations.

Kitmondo features equipment from these and other reputable brands, ensuring access to reliable and well-supported machinery.

Pricing of Used Bowl Cutters

The cost of used bowl cutters varies widely based on factors such as age, condition, brand, and specific features. Generally, prices can range from a few thousand to several tens of thousands of dollars. For example, a used Seydelmann manual bowl cutter might be priced between $5,000 and $15,000, while a high-end K+G Wetter fully automatic bowl cutter could cost between $30,000 and $70,000. Kitmondo's marketplace offers a range of pricing options, providing transparency and competitive deals for buyers.

Conclusion

Bowl cutters are essential tools in the food processing industry, offering efficient and reliable solutions for preparing finely chopped and emulsified food products. By understanding the different types of machines and key factors to consider when purchasing, businesses can make informed decisions that align with their production needs. Kitmondo offers a comprehensive platform for sourcing high-quality used machinery, providing detailed listings and competitive pricing. Whether you need a manual, semi-automatic, or fully automatic bowl cutter, Kitmondo’s extensive inventory and user-friendly interface make it easy to find the right equipment for your food processing operations.