Skinning Machine

Skinning Machine

 

a unit for the continuous or batch removal of skins from animal carcasses, used in meat-packing plants as a component of mechanized production lines for cattle slaughter and carcass processing. Depending on the design, the output of series-produced skinning machines ranges from 75 to 150 carcasses per hr for cattle, from 125 to 360 carcasses per hr for smaller stock, and up to 100 carcasses per hr for hogs.

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Townsend was founded in 1946 following the invention of the skinning machine by the founder, Ray Townsend.
A Coastguard helicopter flew more than 50 miles beyond its maximum fuel range to snatch wounded Alberto Okori to safety after he suffered horrific injuries when his hand was caught in a skinning machine.
The SEAC-GBS 1 is a versatile table skinning machine that can skin most of the types of fish caught on the west coast of Sweden.
The fillets are skinned using a Grasselli skinning machine, and the finished fillets are then placed in the chiller, packed, frozen and transported to market.
A Coastguard helicopter flew more than 50 miles beyond its maximum fuel range to snatch injured Alberto Okori to safety after he suffered horrific injuries when his hand was caught in a skinning machine.