The inspection and processing of the removed viscera pack requires smart and efficient equipment. PMJ offers various solutions to guarantee optimal inspection and further processing of valuable organs. Our solutions range from synchronized presentation of intestines with birds to various carcass presentation methods like 3-point presentation and shackle dividers. After examination by a veterinary inspector, fully-automated or manual systems allow for hygienic giblet harvesting. Solutions for separating the heart, liver and gizzard from the intestines ensure a fast and easy process.
Giblet pack conveyor
The PMJ Giblet Pack Conveyor collects the giblet pack from the PMJ evisceration machine and presents the pack synchronized with the shackled product to the veterinary inspector. The giblet pack is collected in a pan shaped bin to make inspection easy and effective.
The PMJ inspection belt receives the giblet pack from the PMJ evisceration machine and presents the pack synchronized with the shackled product to the veterinary inspector. The belt has markers to easily match the pack with the corresponding carcass.
This semi-automatic machine separates the heart and liver from the intestines and gizzard. The giblets need to be placed into the carriers manually. Heart and liver at one side, intestines and gizzard on the other side. The heart and liver are cut automatically from the pack by a circular blade positioned close to the carrier.
This machine separates the gizzard from the intestines. Our design of the machine makes it possible to process different species. Therefore the machine can be used for chicken, ducks, goose and turkeys.