This machine, after undergoing an overhaul, is capable of performing both heading and gutting operations on whitefish, redfish, and similar fish. It can accommodate fish with a maximum back width of up to 150 mm. The head cut can be executed in either a straight or oblique manner, depending on the fish’s arrangement.
Upon heading, the fish is guided through the machine, and a multi-flap cover situated in front of a vacuum suction socket opens in accordance with the fish’s size. This allows the vacuum suction device to effectively extract the guts from the abdominal cavity. The incorporation of a rotating impeller in the suction head ensures an efficient gutting process. The special multi-flap cover enables the machine to process fish of various sizes while maintaining a constant maximum vacuum. The cleanliness of the abdominal cavity is dependent on the freshness and consistency of its contents, particularly when it comes to roe and milt.
Baader 429 is equipped with a collection bin positioned under vacuum by a separate vacuum pump. The bin’s outlet socket can be positioned on either the left-hand or right-hand side, depending on the specific conditions at the location.
Working range: Suitable for whitefish, redfish, and similar fish measuring 30 cm to 110 cm in total length (with a maximum thickness of 150 mm).
Capacity: Able to process up to 50 fish per minute (subject to size and species).
Power consumption: 1.5 kW.
Water consumption: Approximately 8 liters per minute.
Dimensions: 2100 mm x 1500 mm x 2000 mm.
Weight (Net/Gross): 630 kg / 740 kg.
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