Bone collector systems enable you to improve the quality of your mince.
They remove sinew, gristle and bone particles while mincing meat in the normal way.
They make it possible to use cheaper or tastier cuts to produce high-quality mince or sausage meat. Bone and gristle separators work best with hole sizes of less than 6mm.
The Turbo-Trennset system uses standard holeplates and a special final knife to achieve very high levels of separation. The bone and gristle is swept to the centre of the final holeplate and discharged around the worm pin through an outflow tube. This tube conducts the waste product beyond the mince, into a separate container.
The proportion of bone and gristle rejected can be accurately and repeatably regulated by means of the graduated adjusting nut.
The Bonex-type gristle separation system uses standard knives and special holeplates with a machined-in channel. The hard particles are conveyed along the channel and ejected into the outflow tube with the help of the special feedscrew pin. In this system, the separating process is regulated by means of altering the backpressure, either by changing the length of the outflow tube, or by use of a regulating valve.