Used lo keep cattle still while they are slaughtered in accordance with halal ritual practices. Can also be used for the traditional sticking method of slaughter.
The animal arrives through a guillotine door at the back, which works using a pneumatic piston.
The inner pusher works using a hydraulic piston, and has 2 movements: it moves down onto the back of the animal and pushes it forwards, adapting to the length of the animal and ensuring the head is inserted through the bleed hole.
There is an opening in the ceiling to stick the animal, if using the traditional sticking slaughter method.
The box can rotate by 180 degrees, powered by a hydraulic motor, which turns the animal face up.
Restraining brace for the animal's head, powered by a hydraulic piston, which locks the head in place and keeps it away from the neck, allowing the throat to be easily slit.
Hinged side door, powered by a hydraulic piston, which expels the animal.
The floor can be tilted, powered by a hydraulic piston, at the same time the expulsion door opens, which helps the carcass fall.
Control panel with manual switches that can operate all the machine movements.
Made of hot-dip galvanised steel. Protective equipment, other small elements and screws made of stainless steel. Production:
Ritual slaughter mode: 60 cows/hour.
Traditional slaughter mode: 70 cows/hour.
The machine can be mounted on a rotating plate, in order to better position the animal for slaughter.
Used to hold up the animal and relieve the aerial structure of some of the weight during the hide-pulling process. Made up of:
1 hooks to grip between the legs of the animal, powered by pneumatic pistons and a pneumatic solenoid valve.
Head that moves between the nylon guiding rails, which works with a pneumatic piston and a pneumatic solenoid valve.
Electrical control panel.
Made of stainless steel with a galvanised steel supporting structure.
When the button on the control panel is pressed, the hooks move and attach themselves to the animal's legs. At the same time, the head moves forwards and backwards. Once the hide has been pulled the button should be pressed again, which will move the head back and release the animal's Legs.
- 1 vertical column made of two U-shaped rails, screwed to the floor with anchors and attached to the track with 2 straps.
- 1 central roller with chains, mounted on a moving cart.
- 1 reinforcing bar to attach to the aerial track, so that it can handle the weight.
Support placed in front of the skinner, screwed and anchored to the floor, to attach the dragging chains.
Chains made of stainless steel.
1900 mm piston to raise/lower the moving cart.
Motor to roll/unroll the roller chains,
Cabinet containing the electrical circuits, placed behind the machine.
Control buttons located on the work platforms.
Made of stainless steel or galvanised steel.
Tie the hind legs to the support chain,
Put the chain behind the post and attach it to one of the notches.
Attach the chains to the skin that has already been removed from the legs (either the front legs if the skin will be removed from top to bottom, or the back legs if the skin will be removed the other way round).
Roll up the chains and move the cart (downwards if the skin will be removed from top to bottom, or upwards legs if the skin will be removed the other way round).
When the skin has been removed from the animal, unroll the chains to release it.