Meat stuffers are used predominantly to manufacture sausages, hot dogs, and bratwursts. A sausage stuffer consists of all stainless steel parts with multiple size stuffing tubes to create a variety of sizes.
Meat Slicers are used to slice large blocks of meat into portions for packaging. This can be done with both frozen or thawed meat, and slice sizes are adjustable.
A commercial meat grinder is a necessary piece of equipment for many applications. Built from sturdy stainless steel, these grinders can produce ground meats in a variety of consistencies. Advanced grinders come with self-feeding capabilities and increased hopper capacity to keep your operation running.
Paddle blenders and mixers are used to mix and agitate products within a u-shaped chamber. These blenders can also be called a vacuum tumbler if equipped with a vacuum pump that loads the product by pulling it into the mixer.
Deboners separate bones to produce boneless meat products. Products including poultry and fish can be fed into the hopper either manually or with a conveyor.
Also known as meat presses, patty makers take the desired portion and form it into a patty. Perfect for burgers, chicken sandwiches, and sliders. Ground products are put directly in the cone-shaped hopper to be portioned and pressed. Many patty makers come with a built-in paper feeder to separate patties and prevent them from sticking together.
Dicing equipment can take solid blocks of meat and produce cubes, slices, flakes, or strips of your desired meat, poultry, or seafood.
Inline metal detection is a crucial element in the meat processing process. Metal detectors can identify if meat is contaminated with metal, keeping your production line compliant with food safety laws. Adding this equipment to your line can also reduce the need for product recalls and production downtime.