Robot Coupe - R2CLR DICE - Commercial Food Processor w/ 3 Qt Bowl, Continuous Feed & Dice Kit

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The Robot Coupe R2CLR Dice commercial food processor is a multi-purpose machine suitable for any commercial kitchen. A handy continuous feed vegetable prep attachment designed for quality continuous feed slicing, dicing, shredding, grating and julienne is standard as well as a 3 quart clear bowl attachment designed for vertical cutting and mixing. The vegetable prep attachment accommodates 21 different processing discs (2mm grating disc and 4mm slicing disc included) and 3 dicing kits (10mm dicing kit included) allowing you to control how you want your veggies prepped. The R2CLR Dice also features a powerful direct drive, fan-cooled, 2 horsepower motor to assure you that you can prepare 850 servings in 3 hours or less!

Commercial Food Processor w/ 3 Qt Bowl, Continuous Feed & Dice Kit Features

  • Commercial food processor
  • 9 1/8 in (W) x 20 3/4 in (H) x 17 in (D)
  • 3 quart clear polycarbonate bowl (better suited for hot liquids)
  • Prepares 850 servings in 3 hours
  • Continuous feed attachment
  • Single speed with pulse switch
  • Includes S blade, 2 mm (5/64 in ) grating disc, 4 mm (5/32 in ) slicing disc and 10mm (3/8 in ) dicing kit
  • ETL, cETL and UL listed; NSF certified
  • 1 year limited warranty
  • Volts: 120
  • Bowl Capacity: 3 qt
  • Continuous Feed: Yes
  • Discs Included: 3 Discs
  • Horsepower: 2 HP
  • Speed: 1 Speed

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    is it good for dicing tomatoe
    Asked on 3/11/2012 by Anonymous

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    • A:

      The Robot Coupe R2CLR DICE food processor is an excellent piece of equipment for dicing tomatoes.

      Answered on 3/12/2012 by Andrew Call from Boulder, CO
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