Flakstadvåg Laks chooses Skaginn chilling
Norwegian salmon farmer Flakstadvåg Laks, located in Senja, has chosen Skaginn 3X to supply its sub-chilling system.
The patented technology cools the salmon to -1.2°C guaranteeing a longer shelf life and stronger, firmer fillets with less rigour.
This process eliminates the use of ice making it both an economically and environmentally sound choice when it comes to cooling product. In addition to the new sub-chilling system, Skaginn 3X has also been enlisted to update Flakstadvåg’s existing bleeding tank and install a manual gutting line and conveyors.
This new addition will put Flakstadvåg Laks at the forefront when it comes to maintaining the quality of the salmon it delivers to market. "We do this to ensure that our customers receive first-class quality salmon directly from our plant," said Roy Alapnes, general manager, Flakstadvåg Laks.
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