The Nemco 55050AN-R Spiral Fry™ ribbon fry cutter prepares freshly-cut ribbon fries with an easy-to-use screw drive operation. This drive automatically releases at the end of a stroke to quickly retract for quickly reloading the potato holder. To eliminate contact between the holder and cutting blade, the drive depth is pre-set. It can be mounted on any flat surface and, for convenience, it can be placed in either direction for left- or right-handed operation. For quick and thorough cleaning, the Nemco 55050AN-R Spiral fry ribbon potato cutter can be removed from the mounting plate by loosening the knob.
- Cuts fresh potatoes into ribbon style fries
- Easy to use with screw drive operation
- Drive automatically releases at the end of the stroke to quickly retract so users can reload
- Pre-set drive depth prevents the potato holder from coming in contact with the cutting blade
- Commercial-grade cast aluminum and stainless steel construction resists minor dents and scratches from use in commercial settings
- Can be mounted for right- or left-handed operation on any flat surface
- Removeable from the countertop by loosening the knob
- Unit can make spiral, wavy-ribbon, garnish, and chip-twister fries with different front plate assemblies (sold separately)
- Overall dimensions: 22 in. W x 51⁄2 in. D x 9 in. H (W is measured with the potato holder fully retracted)
- NSF certified
- Made in the U.S.
Spiral Fry Ribbon Fry Kutter, manual, mounts securely on any flat surface for left or right handed operation, preset drive depth protects contact of potato holder with cutting blade, easy-action screw drive automatically releases at end of stroke to retract for fast reloading, cast aluminum & stainless steel, NSF
*The warranty will not be honored for residential or non-commercial use of any Commercial Equipment.
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"I purchased this last year and again this year for a second location. It is very easy to make this work with a cordless drill so when you get bus..."
"I use it at home or take it to parties. It would be nice if you had an adapter for a drill to use instead of the handle. Works much better if y..."
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"i hook an cordless drill onto cutter"
"I purchased this last year and again this year for a second location. It is very easy to make this work with a cordless drill so when you get busy it is no problem to keep up!"
"I use it at home or take it to parties. It would be nice if you had an adapter for a drill to use instead of the handle. Works much better if your doing a large batch. Since it's a commercial product I would think that would be standard. I have adapted it for a drill and it works great."
"i hook an cordless drill onto cutter"
"Easy to use and clean. Makes great potato chips and onion fries!"
"This product is so much better than the plastic constructed cutter that we had. The cutting blade is heavy duty and easily detaches for a quick rinse after each order of potatoes is cut. It was a snap to install, took 4 screws and about 2 minutes with a drill. The only thing that would make it better would be an adapter to fit into a drill for faster potato cutting when we get really busy."
"The ribbon fry potato cutter is being used for church functions. We are having a Christmas Bizaar tomorrow and we used the cutter tonight to prepare our potatos ahead of time. It works really well, and is made to last for a long time. After we got it mounted, it was great and we were able to cut the potatoes very quickly."
"First saw this in action at Tiffin, Ohio flea Market. Stood amazed at the vendor and watched for half hour. Had a bright thought and ordered it as a surprise for daughter. We tested it at our family reunion on 4th of July. Extremely big hit. Best part of the day was when we presented it to our daughter for their family restaurant, Teschners Tavern, Richfield, Ohio. She just finished her first week with the ribbon fries on the menu, and as an offering of finger food at the bar for those late night snacks. There were even patrons who wanted some for take home as they left. Best present, or purchase, one can make as we all look for that elusive dollar to add to the bottom line. Why just serve the ordinary, give it a bit extra. The "Daddio" did it, you can too!!"