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Number: 452/76
Name: Butchering > Epidermal outgrowth remover > Scalding > With simultaneous scraping or defeathering > Spray type scalding
Description: Subject matter wherein the hot liquid or steam is administered to the carcass as a jet of fine liquid particles.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8066556 Method and system for scalding slaughtered poultry Nov. 29, 2011
6458024 Method and system for processing waste products generated in an animal dehairing operation Oct. 1, 2002
6322436 Method and system for processing waste products generated in an animal dehairing operation Nov. 27, 2001
6220951 Method and system for dehairing animals Apr. 24, 2001
6196912 Machine readable tag Mar. 6, 2001
6129623 Method and system for dehairing animals Oct. 10, 2000
5882253 Apparatus and method for cleaning poultry Mar. 16, 1999
4309795 Method and apparatus for de-hairing hogs Jan. 12, 1982











 
 
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