Meat and poultry processing
Equipment that improves operation in meat processing plants. Protein products are processed with our components and modules all over the world. They enable effective recovery of revenue-generating by-products like blood, bones, DAF skimmings (dissolved air flotation), edible fats, gelatine, animal foods, biofuels and more.
Meat processing plant systems, modules or equipment
Alfa Laval can provide you with the full spectrum of capabilities, ranging from complete processing installations to pre-engineered modules and individual items of specialist equipment. These can help you improve your key operating parameters for processing plants for bone, skimmings, blood and blood plasma, fats and oils, gelatine, MDM and edible protein components.
You can also make use of Alfa Laval’s unparalleled practical meat processing plant know-how and experience to help extend, improve and fine-tune your entire processing line.
Meat and poultry processing operations usually result in a range of different by-products as well as “leftovers”. Many are normally turned into meat, blood and bone meals used as commodity products or as components in animal feed.
However, there is now a growing worldwide awareness that such leftovers and other materials previously considered waste or as of low value can instead be a rich source of high-value edible proteins with a wide range of attractive uses and considerable commercial potential. Alfa Laval is a pioneer in this high-growth field.
Talk to Canadian Meat Plant Experts
For ideas related to efficiency of industrial centrifuges in meat processing contact Martin Ivanov and Pierre Gosselin.
+1 450 466 1120
Email Pierre a question.
For ideas related to energy savings, heat transfer, or refrigeration in meat processing talk to Vikram Nagpal and Grecia Ayala:
For ideas related to sanitation and smart controls, pumps, valves and controls expert in meat meat processing talk to Federico Lucena.
+1 888 253 2226 Ext. 412
Email Grecia with a question.
For ideas related to extending equipment life-cycle, repairs and service agreements in meat processing talk to Brian Kelly