RoteX Thawing from Skaginn 3X gets an upgrade

RoteX Thawing from Skaginn 3X gets an upgrade Skaginn 3X’s new and improved RoteX Thawing is introduced at Seafood Expo Global

The new and improved RoteX Thawing will be introduced at Seafood Expo Global in Brussels.

Skaginn 3X is continually striving to provide innovative solutions to increase end product quality and production efficiency without sacrificing the overarching goal of improved environmental impact.

Its RoteX Thawing is built on a number of recent technological developments that support an even better defrosting process and increased food safety.

It includes new features such as two-stage thawing.

According to Skaginn 3X, experience has demonstrated that fish perform best in production when at a temperature of -1° C. Thawing and equalisation in separate stages secures high production yield and improves

shelf life on the refresh market.

Integrated cleaning procedures are also part of the package, including an automatic pipe-cleaning system that

ensures regular cleaning of all piping on the RoteX, eliminating risk of bacterial cross-contamination.
The same RoteX tank can be set up for thawing or Sub-Chilling to better meet seasonal demand and provide optimal production possibilities for fresh and defrosted raw material.

Drop by booth 4-6127 at Seafood Expo Global to find out more.

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