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  • Corrosion-resistant thermoset blades
  • May be converted to a corer or wedger
  • One-stroke operation
  • Mounts directly to wall
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Quickly turn potatoes into uniform 3/8" french fries with the Vollrath Redco 15017 InstaCut 3.5!

An ideal addition to any high-volume or quick service establishment, this manual fruit and vegetable cutter helps staff get the job done up to 3 times faster than doing it by hand. It features sharp blades that create a uniform 3/8" slice, allowing staff to quickly cut through fruits and vegetables with one stroke without bruising the skin.

  • NSF Listed

    NSF Listed

    This item meets the standards imposed by NSF International, which focuses on public safety, health, and the environment.

  • Made in America

    Made in America

    This item was made in the United States of America.

  • Food recommendation

    Food Recommendation

    This unit has been tested to consistently cut high volumes of potatoes, onions, apples, celery, green bell peppers, red bell peppers, tomatoes, pears, and yellow bell peppers.

Strong Blades

Able to create quick, clean cuts with minimal bruising, the durable thermoset blade frames never need to be adjusted and are resistant to corrosion even when in contact with tomato juice and other acidic substances. Plus, this unit features a pop-in, pop-out blade assembly design that allows you to add coring and wedging capabilities with additional blade sets (sold separately), making it a true workhorse in your busy commercial kitchen.

Durable Construction

This unit features an aluminum body and stainless steel rods that are sturdy yet lightweight, providing you with years of use.

Mountable

For added convenience, use a wall mount bracket (sold separately) so that your fry cutter can be easily removed for cleaning!

Watch More Videos

Vollrath Redco Thermoset Blades: Cleaning

It's imperative that your food processor equipment is properly cleaned and maintained, so learn the ins and outs of the simple process by watching Chef Rich walk you through the steps.

Vollrath Redco French Fry Cutter: Cleaning

Cleaning kitchen equipment is an integral part of food safety, sanitation, and the longevity of the machine, itself. Check out this video for a tutorial on how to properly clean and maintain your Redco potato cutter. Proper maintenance is key to enjoying long-lasting equipment!

Welcome to Vollrath University. I'm Chef Rich, and we're here today to talk about cleaning the Redco manual food processors. Generally speaking from all of these products, a couple of things. One, always clean them as close to the time you're finished using them as possible. The less time the product has to dry on the unit, the easier it's going to be to clean. Things like the brushes, the types that we supply or one of your own, and hot, soapy water and a good, clean towel go a long way to cleaning all of these products. Dishwashers, with their harsh chemicals, can pit any of the aluminum pieces. There some pieces on these that we'll address later that can go through a dishwasher, but generally speaking, anything that we have here that's the aluminum - probably don't want to put that through a dishwasher. Okay, so let's talk about the Redco units then with the removable, thermoset blade assembles. All of these units here, the Redco 5.0, the 3.5, and the InstaSlice, all use the thermoset blade assembly, which is really nice. These blade assemblies pop right out and are easy to clean. Now, these can go through a dishwasher. They have stainless steel blades, so they're dishwasher safe, and they come out very easily from any of the units. If you don't have a dishwasher or you want to use something like a stiff bristle brush - always from the backside; never from the sharp side... keeping your hands away from the sharp side and the brush doesn't dull the blades a little bit. I think one of the most important things when you're cleaning these products is to never put the aluminum parts through the dishwasher. For that, I recommend just imply a nice, damp towel with some soap on it. Warm water goes a long way to clean things. Again, we can always use our brush if we need to get inside the fingers in the pusher plates or the pusher heads on the 5.0 units, or any stubborn stains. Again, it's always best to do these things as soon as you can right after using the product. That's the InstaSlice with the 5.0s and 3.5s. Another safety feature - remove the pusher heads. Don't try to keep the pusher heads in place and take the blade assemblies off, because if you have your hand here, it's unsafe. You always want to remove this and simply pop the assemblies out. And now they are dishwasher safe. Clean the base with hot, soapy water - never through the dishwasher. Reassemble the product when you're finished. Again now, the blade assemblies always have a key somewhere in it that only allows it to be put in the correct way, so you don't have to worry about putting the blades in right. Back in place... secure firmly. And anything that pivots or moves or slides - petrol gel. A little bit of petrol gel on the uprights will just keep those moving very easily and safely so you don't have to use excess force. It's very simple. Always keep safety in mind... never through the dishwasher... hot, soapy water and a good brush go a long way.

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Welcome to Vollrath University. I'm Chef Rich, and we're here today to talk about cleaning the Redco manual food processors. Generally speaking of all these products, a couple of things. (1) Always clean them as close to the time that you're finished using them as possible. It's just that the less time that the product is left on the unit, the easier it's going to be to clean. Things like the brushes, the types that we supply, or one of your own, and hot, soapy water, and a good clean towel go a long way to cleaning all of these products. Dishwashers with their harsh chemicals can pit any of the aluminum pieces. There are some pieces on these that we'll address later that can go through the dishwasher, but generally speaking, anything that we have here that's the aluminum - probably don't want to put that through a dishwasher. Okay, now let's talk about the potato cutters. Okay, these units have a blade assembly that's a little more difficult to remove. It can be removed by removing these two nuts on the front; however, again, it's a little more difficult, so it can be cleaned in place. As with all the Redco products, the closer you can clean these to the end of use, the better. Anything time that the product is allowed to dry on, it's just that much more difficult to remove. So, as quick as you can after using it is when you want to clean it. With these products, these are heavy, so make sure you've got the unit closed. You never want to carry the unit in the open position. If you end up tipping it, this can come down and create a little bit of a dangerous situation, so always carry the unit with it closed. The easiest way to clean this unit is taking it to a sink, opening up the blade a little bit, and spraying the blades down from the backside. Also, a bristle brush at this point can help get in there to loosen anything that may be stuck to the blades. If you don't have a sink and a sprayer available, you can simply do it as we see with a bucket of hot, soapy water and your brush, and like this... and anything else on here that might be able to be removed with a brush... But with any of the Redco products, a good towel and some hot, soapy water can go a long way, as well. And you're just keeping anything cleaned up. Anytime you're back here by the blades, make sure that the handle is in the fully opened position and you have your hand on it to make sure that nothing happens, but be careful when you're back here. This unit is not recommended to go into the dishwasher. Anything with aluminum is just not recommended, so hand cleaning like this is the way to go. When you're finished cleaning the unit, just let it air dry; that's fine. Then, finally, on the slides - petrol gel. Now, this product is made especially for the slides. It's a safe product; it's not vegetable oils or anything like that that can get gummy over time. Just a little bit when you're finished cleaning the product keeps the slides and everything lubricated and operating smoothly. Okay? Very simple. If you have any questions about this product or anything else, please see us online at at vollrath.com.

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Overall Dimensions:
  • Width (open): 8 Inches
  • Width (closed): 8 Inches
  • Depth (open): 14 1/2 Inches
  • Depth (closed): 14 1/2 Inches
  • Height (open): 22 1/4 Inches
  • Height (closed): 14 Inches

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RESIDENTIAL USERS: Vendor assumes no liability for parts or labor coverage for component failure or other damages resulting from installation in non-commercial or residential applications. Your warranty will be voided if installed in non-commercial or residential applications.

Customer Reviews

  • Overall User Rating: Vollrath 15017 Redco InstaCut 3.5 3/8" French Fry Cutter / Dicer - Wall Mount

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    perfect quality needs mount high Heavy Great equipment easier duty
    About 2 years using it. Heavy duty for my restaurant perfect slices every time. I bought wall mount for easier use. Very good product. A Must have.
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