New two-lane Easymatic pinboner
The Easymatic EM-103.
Kaj Olesen A/S, which manufactures pinbone removers under the name of ‘Easymatic’, has developed a two-lane pinbone remover.
The new EM-103 has a much improved design and offers a better yield than previous models, claimed the company. It is also very gentle on the fish fillets.
“EM-103 is equipped with a vacuum system that removes bones and water, leaving a nice and clean fillet,” said the company’s Leif Borcher.
Kaj Olesen, which has been manufacturing machines and equipment for the fish industry – mainly for the salmon processing industry – since 1998, also recently launched a fish turner.
The FC100 can turn fillets in a processing line from tail-end first to head-first and vive-versa, without using manpower. Borcher explained that by introducing an FC100 it’s possible to save an operator between the pinbone remover and a possible skinning machine, where the tail-end first is needed.
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