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Chicken deboning machine ST820
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chicken deboning machine
chicken deboning machine
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Characteristics

Type of meat
chicken
Body part
wings, drums
Other characteristics
automatic
Throughput

52 p/min

Description

Wing to Tulip Processer By transforming mid- and prime wings and smaller drums into tulips, the ST820 adds value to your product. The machine relies on a mechanical memory and takes the product through different stages. First, one end of the product will be cut and the meat gets compressed partially on the bone. In case of the mid wing, the smaller bone is pulled out and the meat is compressed more onto the bone. Product and cut-offs are collected separately on the integrated transport belts. PRODUCT • Water and air chilled products • Anatomical cut mid wings, prime wings and small drums • No precutting needed product is cut in the machine • Bone unbroken (99%)* • * Bone needs to be cut anatomically, unbroken and intact before deboning. MACHINE • Up to 52pcs/minute with one operator: speed regulatable • Very small footprint • Small, medium and professional chicken processors • High quality tulip processing • Excellent yield • Unique pre-formed trays for product • 12 dedicated units • No diaphragm • Product and removed bone collected separately • Switching between products instantaneously or maximum 10 minutes • Meat compression on bone is easy adjustable • Electrical and pneumatic system with required minimum pressure • Horizontal feeding STANDARD & OPTIONS • 2 integrated outfeed belts included • Electronically monitored guards • Infeed safety USP • Best available techniques, durable and thicker materials • Very fast return on investment and long lifetime • All stainless steel and food grade materials • Conform CE requirements

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ST820
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*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.