deboner

deboner

(diːˈbəʊnə)
n
(Cookery) a person or a device that debones a piece of meat or fish
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Tenders are invited for Supply, installation and commissioning of fish meat deboner
In the skills competition, the fastest bangus deboner was Rosalie Pascua, while the fastest bangus classifier (sorter) was defending champion Melecio Melendez.
Carcasses are passed through a mechanical deboner to remove any skeletal muscle still attached to the frames.
I found myself unknowingly sticking the deboner into my right thigh.
"The thigh deboner is an important new addition to Meyn's range of deboning systems", says Jeroen Bohm, Product Manager for Meyn Deboning Systems.
A top dark-meat deboner can now produce 1,400 pounds a week, thanks to expertise, automation and really sharp knives, which are provided after each break.
The headed and eviscerated fish were transferred to the Toyo 405 deboner and into the surimi process.
Bob Turley, President and CEO of Allen's told Feedinfo News Service: "This sale allows both companies to move forward with their strategic business plans; Allen's as a premier retail supplier of retail deli and tray pack products, and Amick as a high efficiency large bird deboner."
Tenders are invited for Fish meat bone separating machine (fish deboner)
Meyn Introduces Leg Deboner, Opens USA Office in Georgia
In the skills competition, the fastest bangus deboner was Marilyn Ugaban, who won P5,000.
(AMPI sells all its scrap for use as butter oil.) Quarter-pound and larger blocks can be separated by hand, but the restaurant-style chips must be run through a fish deboner from Baader North America Corp., Fort Myers, Fla., that squeezes the butter out of the small packages.