Removing the bones, not the quality
The process of pinbone removal in salmon is a matter of removing the 32 bones in every fillet-a labor-intensive job that, if done by hand, that risks damaging the fillet, can cause gaping and increase the risk of bacteria. A pinbone remover extracts the bones with a toothed roller as the fillet passes on a conveyor belt below without damaging the fillet.
The MS2610 is a standalone that is an ideal primary machine for automated pinbone removal
A good starting point
The MS 2610 is an excellent primary machine to begin automating your pinbone removal. It can be used as a standalone machine for manual infeed or integrated into a production line, either as a single lane machine or dual lane. The Pinbone Remover has three-speed settings for the pinbone roller to adapt to the fish's varying conditions. Likewise, the pressure on the pinbone heads can quickly be adjusted by a weight bar if needed. An optional drip tray and a filter unit are available to collect the pinbones and offal under the machine.
A new type of water nozzle provides optimal cleanliness, decreases water consumption and maximizes performance
Reduced water usage
We have applied a new type of water nozzle to maintain the tooth roller's cleanliness for maximum performance at all times. Water consumption is decreased to 5 liters per minute per lane, approximately 20% less than other pinbone removers. The open design and quick-release system on all conveyors make cleaning easy.
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