During the vegetable cutting process with vegetable preparation machines, one of the most delicate moments is the ejection of the cut product. TTo tackle this task effectively, the vegetable preparation machines in the Compact line offer two options to ensure optimal results: the slide (Gravity Slide System) and the ejection disc. Both accessories, which come standard with the machine, are easy to install and remove, providing users with the flexibility to choose the most suitable one for each situation without the need for additional tools.
But when and how should I use them?
Gravity Slide System or ejection slide: Respect for the product
The Gravity Slide System is an innovative and unique solution within the Compact line. Thanks to this slide, it avoids the centrifugal force of the ejection disc and gently drops the product without subjecting it to any impact, thus preserving the organoleptic qualities of the product better.
It is especially beneficial for delicate ingredients such as tomatoes, onions, oranges, apples, among others, as it extends their shelf life, improves preservation, and reduces product oxidation during production and mise en place organization. Additionally, this system provides standardised, organised, and orderly results, facilitating buffet setups, banquets, and other kitchen preparations, allowing for better workflow in the kitchen.
The slide is ideal for:
- Delicate products.
- Products that require order and uniformity in plating.
Some examples: tomato, orange, onion, turnip, potato, banana, cucumber, radishes, chorizo, fuet, pork loin, and more...
Ejection disc: Efficiency and consistent production
The ejection disc expels the cut product through the centrifugal force generated by the spinning disc. It is a general-use option that ensures a consistent pace of work with high production rates and standardised cuts in terms of time and shape. This accessory is ideal for maintaining an efficient and profitable workflow, allowing for excellent production capacity.
The ejection disc is ideal for:
- Most cases.
- Working at a constant pace with a very high production level.
Some examples: radishes, eggplant, turnip, zucchini, potato, mushrooms, banana, orange, melon, pineapple, chorizo, onion, pork loin, and more...