Linear beam wax plucking machine, used to remove wax from waterfowl poultry carcasses during the slaughter process.
A wax plucking machine is a free-standing device with plucking discs made of stainless steel, equipped with special rubber fingers for easy removal of wax from the carcass. Basic elements of the plucking machine are: frame with posts (4 pcs.), beams – 3 pcs. on both sides – symmetrically suspended on 2 posts. Horizontal adjustment of beam spreading is carried out with a system of levers and worm gear driven electrically or manually. Vertical adjustment of the beams mounted on the poles is done using worm gears and a vertical toothed bar, mounted on the poles (there are 3 gears on one bar). The poultry, suspended on shackles, is introduced by a chain conveyor between rotating plucking discs. Both the angle of the beams and the distance of the rubber fingers from the plucked poultry are adjustable.
– Adjustable angle of individual beams and distance of plucking heads from passing carcasses
– Easy adjustment of the device