BLASAU is a company specialized in making slaughterhouses products, cutting rooms and food industry in general. It’s a family business that was founded in 1977. At the beginning we manufactured different metal products. With a great capacity to...
Installed within the hide-puller and used to keep the carcass tense during the hide-pulling process, to prevent any of the vertebrae being fractured.
Made up of:
An electrical stimulator that applies a controlled electrical current (low voltage).
Swinging arm. powered by a pneumatic piston, that moves the electrodes closer to the animal.
Limit switch to automatically activate the swinging arm.
Made of stainless steel.
When the hide-pulling roller lowers, it pulls and rolls the animal skin, and once it reaches the limit switch the swinging arm is automatically activated.
The arm places itself on the lower back of the animal, which means the electrodes are automatically electrified, and this is transferred to the carcass.
The animal is electrified, which means that the vertebrae do not break when the skin is pulled.
When the hide-puller roller reaches the end, the electrodes automatically stop receiving electricity and return to their initial position.