Fish is an expensive and precious commodity. It is varied and challenging in its thermal treatment possibilities. Intelligent and expert drying and smoking is therefore a basic requirement for successful, flavoursome and visually attractive products. Ever more fish processing companies are therefore relying on one of our concepts in the production of smoked fish:
Hinderer’s pulled pork has been a hit at the traditional Christmas Forest for years now. The pork previously had to be pulled laboriously by hand with the help of large forks – until the specially designed holac processor noticeably simplified this step. An enormous relief for the staff involved, as the four weekends bring queues of visitors all trying to get to this sought-after delicacy.
Every year in Brussels – the capital of the European Union – the European Exhibition of seafood, equipment, technologies, and services for the processing of fish and seafood is held. Together, these two events constitute the world’s largest exhibition of seafood.
The European Seafood Exposition and Seafood Processing Europe take place in Brussels. The Seafood Expo Global exhibition is designed for consumers of fish and seafood, while the Seafood Processing Global exhibition is designed for consumers of modern equipment, technologies, and services for the processing of fish and seafood. That is why two parallel exhibitions are a must-see event.
Ice is important for the refrigeration, the presentation and the production of foodstuff. If you prefer either the fine, mat-white flake ice or the shiny, granular nugget ice – at MAJA it‘s up to you which ice will suit you best for your individual requirements!
We offer comprehensive solutions to plan, design, and construct meat, poultry, plants. We can optimize your production, processing and distribution processes.
Mechanical membrane skinning technology from the very beginning until today
What’s ‘membrane skinning’ ?
The removal of the membrane and all connected sinews from the meat surface is called ‘membrane skinning’. On the photo you can see cuts from the leg before and after mechanical membrane skinning: During the past 40 years, membrane skinners have conquered butcheries and industrial meat processing plants – with success!
Mosca launches entry level strapping machine
Strapping machine firm Mosca Direct has launched a lower-entry level semi-automatic strapping system.
The competitively priced MO-M-8 machine will allow users to strap small amounts when needed while maintaining quality and performance.
In keeping with Mosca’s modular construction concept, many core components of the robust MO-M-8 including the machine frame, strap dispenser and sealing unit are constructed in the same way as the company’s popular RO-M Fusion.
However the semi-automatic MO-M-8 dispenses with the strap guide frame, with the strap wrapped around the package manually – making it easy to use for customers who need to strap a low number of packs while maintaining efficiency and reliability.
Other features include an illuminated service push-button with coloured signals to monitor the machine’s current operating state and to check heating temperatures.
The MO-M-8 is suitable for packages that are a minimum of 80 mm wide and 10 mm high. Polypropylene (PP) strap with a width of five, eight or 12 millimetres may be used according to requirements.
Mosca Direct managing director Gaye Tate said: “The MO-M-8 proves once again that Mosca understands what customers want. Many users are already familiar with the models in the RO-M series as reliable entry-level machines but with this development we are addressing the demand from customers who do not need to strap items often, but rely on high availability when they do.”
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The food machinery manufacturer MAJA-Maschinenfabrik, located in the South-West of Germany, offers different types of fish skinning machines: beginning with the compact table skinner, through several manual fish skinning machines until the automatic conveyorized skinning machines for processing up to 10 tons of fish fillets per day.