Fully automatic crate handling at the receiving area is becoming more common in modern slaughterhouses. From the receiving area the containers are placed on the conveyor system and the crates are unloaded automatically.
The crates are then conveyed towards the hanging area, where the containers are transferred onto a overhead monorail system to be conveyed to the washing area for full cleaning and disinfection.
After the birds have been hung into the shackles the crates are then conveyed, via a crate washer, towards the reloading station. There, the crates are pushed back into the containers and are ready to be re-used.
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The use of the overhead space (6 m height) will significantly reduce the amount of floor space required and the volume of pedestrian and pallet truck movement at the floor level. The installation is almost complete and has involved mechanical, electrical and controls installation crews working day and night hours in order not to interrupt production.