Vollrath - 15000 - InstaCut™ 3.5 Vegetable Dicer 1/4 in Cut

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Get perfectly diced vegetables every press with the Vollrath InstaCut™ 3.5 Vegetable Dicer 1/4 inch Cut (15000). The blades are arranged in a grid, spaced a quarter of an inch apart and are thermoset so they are resistant to corrosion. The blades are also easily removed for cleaning purposes or to swap to alternative blades for different cuts. The press is designed to apply the right amount of force for dicing without causing any additional bruising or damage to the vegetables. The Vollrath - 15000 - InstaCut™ 3.5 Vegetable Dicer 1/4 inch Cut is NSF listed.

InstaCut™ 3.5 Vegetable Dicer 1/4 in Cut Features

  • Vollrath (formerly Lincoln) InstaCut™
  • 9 in (W) x 9 in (D) x 18 in (H)
  • Manual tabletop unit
  • Aluminum base with stainless steel rods
  • Produces perfectly cut fruit and vegetables much faster than hand cutting
  • Extra rugged construction for long term, daily use
  • Simple, one-blade assembly for quick, easy cleaning
  • Easy grip handle
  • NSF certified**

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  • Q:

    Looking for just the blade to a InstaCut 3.5 Vegetable dicer 1/4'' cut
    Asked on 1/14/2013 by Anonymous

    1 answer

    • A:

      Below is the replacement blade for your InstaCut dicer.
      https://www.etundra.com/restaurant-parts/prep-equipment-parts/dicers/vollrath-15062-one-quarter-in-instacut-3-point-5-blade-assembly/

      Answered on 1/14/2013 by Molly from Boulder, CO
  • Q:

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    Hello, I need 1/8 size cuts? can it do it? tx
    Asked on 8/17/2012 by rick from oh

    1 answer

    • A:

      Unfortunately, Vollrath doesn't offer any pusher blocks smaller than 1/4". There might be plans to release something smaller in the very distant future though. In the meantime, you might want to look into a food processor, because they are capable of shredding food into very tiny pieces.

      Answered on 8/17/2012 by Anonymous
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