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A cone deboning line can help to facilitate fast, cost-effective and hygienic deboning of chickens, turkeys and other poultry. In this post, we discuss the subject in further detail.
Pace deboning does not require workers to be skilled, instead an operative will concentrate on just one single cut, which they will make repeatedly on respective birds. Conversely, the operatives who work on a cone deboning line tend to be skilled workers who know how to make various different cuts to a single carcass.
With the right workers, this is a method that is particularly effective on non-uniform carcasses, where it minimises wastage and optimises yield. This method has the potential to deliver some of the best sales and profit margins in the industry. This high level of profitability is due to the volume of high-margin meat produced.
The typical layout of a cone deboning operation is to have operatives line up in a row, each one manning their own station.
Wrightfield Cone Deboning Lines
As industry experts, we understand the utmost importance of cleanliness. For this reason, hygiene is at the heart of the design of our cone deboning lines.
Made from stainless steel, our lines are extremely sturdy. They offer excellent structural integrity – providing a solid surface on which to work for operatives – and represent a long term investment for a company.
Moreover, the robust lines are very resistant to corrosion – even in the face of the industrial strength liquids used in food processing. This is a factor that ensures that the lines are easy to clean and facilitate sanitation at all times.