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Number: 452/126
Name: Butchering > Skinning > Temperature modification perfects skinning operation
Description: Subject matter wherein the carcass is purposely heated or cooled thereby facilitating the removal of skin therefrom.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6120369 Method and a machine for cutting fish-cutlets Sep. 19, 2000
5507690 Method and apparatus for cutting slices from fish fillets with the skin still on Apr. 16, 1996
5342640 Process and apparatus for peeling food products such as fish, fruits or vegetables Aug. 30, 1994
4765030 Method for removing skin from fish and fowl Aug. 23, 1988
4500555 Fish skinning process Feb. 19, 1985
4338704 Method for processing beef tongues Jul. 13, 1982
4303683 Method for skinning animal tongue Dec. 1, 1981
4102015 Method and apparatus for processing poultry feet and the like Jul. 25, 1978

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