The Eviscerator 210 automatically removes the viscera package in one smooth movement and positions it on the back of the bird for easy veterinary inspection and giblet harvesting. During removal of the package, the bird is firmly positioned using leg loops and breast plates. Firm positioning optimizes removal performance and minimizes organ damage.
The drawing spoon is guided through the cavity opening to the crop cavity from where it retracts the intestines and giblets. The machine is supplied with a hand-operated stainless steel hydraulic jack to raise and lower the main shaft of the machine to accommodate flock variations and to disengage the machine from the line for cleaning and maintenance.
At the end of each cycle, all parts in direct contact with the product are rinsed with water in order to reduce the risk of cross-contamination. The open machine construction ensures a fast and easy washdown.
Tell us about your processing requirements and see how our experts can help you improve your quality, throughput and yield.