Batches stay together to ensure consistent treatment and traceability
Low intensity tumbling action of wheel combined with mechanically generated current delivers effective yet gentle bleeding
User sets bleeding time, intensity, water supply and amount, etc.
Configuration allows for large batches and efficient workflow in a small space
Bleeding is a critical step in fish processing. Optimal bleeding ensures the elimination of blood color in white fish and blackening in value-added (e.g. smoked) oily fish such as salmon or trout. Furthermore, efficient bleeding has been proven to reduce bacterial count and increase total product quality.
The FIFO Bleeding Wheel can be fitted into any type of workflow on land or at sea, wild or farmed as well as white or oily fish processing.
The Skaginn 3X FIFO Bleeding Wheel uses the first-in, first-out process, which ensures that the first fish that enter the bleeding wheel will also be the first to leave. This enables secure traceability.
The design of the bleeding wheel keeps fish together in unique groups, which then travel as a batch through the rest of the system. This batching supports full traceability as each batch is automatically recorded and tracked by computer.
The gentle back-and-forth tumbling action of the drum combined with a mechanically generated current replicate the natural movement of the fish through water, expelling the blood from of the tissue.
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