Chilling

The chilling of whole birds, by-products or giblets requires specific chilling solutions. PMJ offers the full range of chilling methods, from multi stage in-line air chilling to various water immersion chillers. In-line chilling allows birds to be transferred automatically from the evisceration line to the chilling line, as well as from the chilling line to the grading and packing line. Immersion chilling can be either in-line or off-line. Our spin chillers are all designed dedicated to a specific applications like chilling whole birds or smaller parts like feet, tails, wings, necks, livers and gizzards. The giblets can also be chilled on a conveyor belt running through the chilling tunnel. The systems will be tailored to your specific needs and requirements, ensuring a suitable answer to all chilling challenges will be found.

Air chilling line

This complete chilling solution comprises various options including multi stage design and powerful moisturizing systems to prevent dehydration. The PMJ in-line chilling system allows birds to be transferred automatically from the evisceration line to the chilling line, as well as from the chilling line to the grading and packing line…

Spin chiller birds

This machine is used for cooling down the whole birds, this immersion technique is relatively fast compared to other methods. The cooling time of the birds inside the machine can be changed by adjusting the conveyor screw speed. The transport direction of the birds is opposed to the direction of added cold water and cooling medium…

Spin chiller by-products

This machine is used for cooling down the whole birds, this immersion technique is relatively fast compared to other methods. The cooling time of the birds inside the machine can be changed by adjusting the conveyor screw speed. The transport direction of the birds is opposed to the direction of added cold water and cooling medium…

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