From the gizzard harvester, the gizzards are automatically brought to a peeling bed which can be found on the inspection/peeling table type HP. All gizzards are processed here once again. The inspector then separates the correctly peeled from the not-correctly peeled gizzards. The peeled gizzards are discharged underneath the table for wrapping up. The not-correctly peeled gizzards are transported via a truogh to the conveyor screw which will take the gizzards back to the peeling bed of the gizzard inspection/peeling table where they undergo processing once more.
There is also an option to peel gizzards, that have not been peeled correctly, manually on the peeling bed of the workbench.
The workbench has been fitted with a sieve for leaking gizzards. It makes the gizzards drier and improves their storage life.
Underneathe the inspection/peeling table a collecting bin for the offal has been integrated, which can be connected to the vacuum transport system
STORK C5000 is operated by one only person who feeds the broilers into the machine ,where they are transported automatically.
During this transport , the rotating knives cut the broilers into portions.
The C5000 can easily handle 1000-1200 broilers per hour .
The portions leave the machine at the bottom end in the order of breast , wings , legs and back piece .