Conveyorized derinding machines for automatic processing

Type Description Applications
ESB 4600 ESB 4600 Simple and solid conveyorized derinding machine with extra-large cutting width for automatic derinding even of bigger meat cuts. Stand-alone solution for small and medium-sized industrial processors. Cutting width 599 mm (23.6“)
  • Small and medium-sized industrial meat processors
  • Kebab processors
BXM 434 BXM 434 Most versatile conveyorized derinder for automatic processing of all meat cuts. Multiple applications, individual possibilities of installation. Cutting width 434 mm (17“)
  • Medium-sized and industrial meat processing plants
  • Kebab processors
BXM 554 BXM 554 Most versatile conveyorized derinder for automatic processing of all meat cuts. Multiple applications, individual possibilities of installation. Cutting width 554 mm (22“)
  • Medium-sized and industrial meat processing plants
  • Kebab processors
BXM 754 BXM 754 Most versatile conveyorized derinder for automatic processing of all meat cuts, especially for big pork cuts. Multiple applications, individual possibilities of installation. Cutting width 754 mm (30“).
  • Medium-sized and industrial meat processing plants
  • Hog processors
  • Kebab processors
BXAplus 434 BXA<i>plus</i> 434 Conveyorized derinder with automatic cutting command for maximum yield and minimum post-processing
Cutting width 434 mm (17“).
  • Meat industry
  • Cut off plants
BXAplus 554 BXA<i>plus</i> 554 Conveyorized derinder with automatic cutting command for maximum yield and minimum post-processing
Cutting width 554 mm (22“)
  • Meat industry
  • Cut off plants
BXAplus 754 BXA<i>plus</i> 754 Conveyorized derinder with automatic cutting command for maximum yield and minimum post-processing
Cutting width 754 mm (29.7“)
  • Meat industry
  • Cut off plants
BXAplus 434 NFL BXA<i>plus</i> 434 NFL Conveyorized derinding machine for fully automatic derinding of flat cuts. Low execution for integration into cut off lines. Cutting width 434 mm (17“).
  • Meat industry
  • Cut off plants
BXM 434 BS BXM 434 BS Conveyorised derinder especially for pork jowls. Cutting width 434 mm (17“)
  • Meat industry
  • Cut off plants
  • Pork processors
BXM 554 BS BXM 554 BS Conveyorised derinder especially for pork jowls. Cutting width 554 mm (22“)
  • Meat industry
  • Cut off plants
  • Pork processors
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