Good welfare leads to good quality! Published: 16 April, 2014
In July 2013, BAADER extended its technology capabilities into the automated harvesting of live fish.
Baader now offers a most humane and efficient method for stunning and bleeding salmon/trout and many other fish species, utilizing percussive stunning and bleeding technology.This welfare-friendly solution is a key process in the provision of optimum fish quality and next stage fish processing.
The unique Baader SI, automated harvest system takes advantage of the fishs natural behavior where they swim into the stun/bleed machines, with the absolute minimum of stress.
Baader supplies a complete range of machines and supporting modules specifically suited to the harvesting requirements of the client. This includes everything from single stun/bleed combined machines to advanced multi-channel systems incorporating automated fish delivery.Low stress harvesting ensures:
Higher flesh quality in the harvested fish reduces flesh gaping and blood spotting in filets. Longer pre-rigor time – up to 20 hours, results in reduced wastage when fish are machine processed (gutting, heading, skinning and filleting) after stun/bleed harvesting. Up to 20 30% shelf life improvement Improved processing efficiency and reduced wastage during further processing (gutting, heading skinning and filleting).BAADER offers complete modern project solutions to industry , including process design for factories or vessels and may include: automated harvesting, gutting, heading, filleting, skinning, trimming, final inspection to sizing and grading).
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