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Our dripping tunnel was created to carry out two processes after injection. One is to separate the excess brine from the injected elements; the second is to seal visible needle holes (in the case of injection of poultry carcasses or poultry portions with skin). Injected product is turned while moving forward through the dripping tunnel, the excess brine is separated and at the same time, the visible needle holes on the skin are concealed. This dripping tunnel can also be used to separate free brine, continuously, from the injected muscles for production of smoked products.
|Length of drum||mm||3500||2500|
|H=height||mm||2080 ÷ 2340||1810 ÷ 2000|