Leg loops and breast plates firmly position each bird before evisceration. The Eviscerator 218 is equipped with special designed backplates featuring adjustable neck guides holding the neck firmly while the spoon enters the cavity to grasp the oesophagus. The long gut lock ensures the correct removal of intestines and gizzard.
Adjusting the evisceration machine to fit the actual flock size allows for complete pack removal, protecting the pack and the ribcage, and minimizing contamination with gall or faeces. The Eviscerator 218 can be height adjusted and spoons come in different sizes to provide the most efficient evisceration. The machine is equipped with a quick spoon release that makes adjustment easy between flocks.
Package and bird are synchronized for inspection and a user-friendly overhead switch selection function can be activated to drop the package and/or bird for further assessment. By using an overhead clip system, the package is positioned and presented for inspection in a comfortable and manageable way, and prepared for manual or automatic giblet harvesting.
The performance monitor is used to monitor the pack transfer performance on the Eviscerator 218. It presents the following information on a stand-alone controller:
The operator can predefine a minimum performance for
the total machine transfer performance. When performance drops below this setting, an alarm is shown on the controller.
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