Casing Lines Mod. LB Standard/Economical

LB1000-4 3

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  • The units are suitable for the clearing of the small intestine (runner) of beef.
  • They are composed of groups mounted on the main tank(s) or on its own separate frame.
  • The number of groups varies from 2 to 4 groups and the roller widths are from 600, 800 and 1000mm.
  • Each group is equipped with food grade rubber rollers with stainless steel shafts inserted in a stainless steel gearbox.
  • There are two different styles of machine lines. The Standard Models use stainless steel bearings mounted inside the roller. The Economical Models use brass self greasing bushings.
  • Each group is protected by hinged safety covers, equipped with micro switches.
  • The intestine separated manually by the operator with a knife and using a pulling wheel mod.1/B, manually or with pneumatic chutes (supplied on request). The intestines are loaded by a chain conveyor and remain in tanks to soak. Gradually being processed through the line the casings are first emptied of its manure and defatted, then the mucosa is extracted and de-fatted at the same time. The final operation is conducted manually where the casings are introduced in a de-slimming machine to remove the outer slime.
  • The mucosa is collected in troughs and can be transported pneumatically to its final destination.
  • The lines are equipped with a fully integrated electrical control panel, separate command stations and a central security line.

 

Difference between Eco and Standard Machines