After years of testing, Kroma has finally been able to supply a gutting machine for Atlantic salmon that can perform a princess cut.
The salmon-gutting machine is a part of its new GUTMASTERFlex range. The machine is able to process salmon and salmon trout from approximately 2 kilos and up to around 11 kilos without any adjustment.
The machine can process up to 25 fish a minute, and the fish leaves the gutting machine ready for the next process so it’s not necessary with any kind of cleaner behind the machine.
Kroma also highlights the following specifications:
- Hygiene – The machine is designed with respect for the future demands for hygiene in modern fish processing equipment. It is designed with a top beam, including space for technical components so the machine can be washed from both sides. This means that it is very easy to wash the machine. Processing tools can be de-mounted with a quick-release system, so these tools can be washed and disinfected in a separate washing machine
- Bloodline removal – An integrated hosing device in the suction unit of the GUTMASTERFlex can remove the whole bloodline of the fish
- Machine options – The machine can be designed with a number of options so it fits into an existing production line. One of these options is the VISIOMASTER, which inspects the fish using a vision system to determine if it requires manual inspection. Vacuum systems, pipe-cleaning system and cleaning-in-place can also be delivered
Seafood Processing Global
Kroma will be present at the Seafood Processing Globalseafood show in Brussels from the 7–9 May in Hall 4 stand 6165.