Fish Processing Machines
The term fish is defined as a variety of vertebrates of various evolutionary lines. The definition describes a life-form rather than a taxonomic group. There are more than 30,000 species of cold-blooded vertebrate animals (known as phylum chordata) which can be found in salt and fresh waters all over the world.
Having been in existence for over 450 million years, they have evolved over history to fit into almost every type of aquatic habitat. Adult fishes can range from less than 0.4 inch (10mm) to more than 60 feet (20 metres) and weight from 1.5 grams to over thousands of kilograms.
Fishes have been in existence for more than 450 million years, during which time they have evolved repeatedly to fit into almost every conceivable type of aquatic habitat.
Fish Consumption Worldwide
Three-quarters of the Earth’s surface is covered by seas and oceans which are an engine of growth for the global economy as well as a key source of food for food security. Global fish production was estimated at 153 million tonnes in 2012 which contributed 16.5 percent of global animal proteins for consumption.Fish is widely consumed worldwide and fish consumption has been going through major changes in the world over the last 40 years. World consumption of fish in terms of per capita fish consumption has been increasing steadily from an average of 9.9kg in the 1960s to 11.5kg in the 1970s to 12.5kg in the 1980s to 14.4 kg in 1990s to 16.4kg in 2005. The global increase in fish consumption is consistent with the increase in food consumption trends worldwide.
Fish is widely consumed worldwide and fish consumption has been going through major changes in the world over the last 40 years. World consumption of fish in terms of per capita fish consumption has been increasing steadily from an average of 9.9kg in the 1960s to 11.5kg in the 1970s to 12.5kg in the 1980s to 14.4 kg in 1990s to 16.4kg in 2005. The global increase in fish consumption is consistent with the increase in food consumption trends worldwide.
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) report on 7th July 2016 (http://www.fao.org/news/story/en/item/421871/icode/), global per capita fish consumption has risen above 20kg a year for the first time.
The term fish processing is defined as the set of processes associated with fish and fish products (for e.g. fish fillets) involved between the fish are harvested or caught to the time the final or finished fish product is delivered to the end customer.
With the rapid increase in fish consumption per capita worldwide couple with the world’s population growth, the fish processing industry is expected to grow with the trends above.
Many companies in the fish processing industry are looking to automate their fish processing processes in order to increase production while decreasing cost over the long term for profit maximisation. We offer different types of fish processing equipment (fish processing machineries for fish skinning (fish skin removal), fish scale removal (de-scaling), fish fin / fish tail cutting and fish pin bone removal)
Different Methods of Fish Processing
Are you looking for a different method of fish processing to increase your production outpout?
The first table top fish skinning machine was developed back in the 1950s, since then more fish processing machines have been developed through years of research and development after extensive feedback from our customers. Through our trial and errors and perseverance, our ideas were transformed into reality through our mastery of decades of mechanical engineering. We currently offer various types of fish processing machines for different functions. Our world class engineers ensure that our customers get nothing but the best fish processing technologies that maximise their output while reducing their reliance on manual labour.
With over 50 decades of experience in the food automation industry, our mechanical engineers continue to develop new products and our research and development team ensures that we continuously improve our existing food processing technologies and we are adaptable to the future needs of our clients. We address all our customers’ needs in fish processing seriously and promptly and safety and hygiene are of paramount importance to us. All our fish processing machines’s features reflect what we believe in. More than just machines makers, we pride ourselves as your food automation and processing partner where we will continuously invest in new technologies to help you stay ahead of your competitors.
Fish Processing Machines
1. Automated Fish Skinning (Fish Skinner) Machines / Equipment
We offer automated fish skinning (fish skinner) machines which are fully automated to skin a large variety of fishes (whole fish or fish fillets) of varying sizes.
2. Automated fish De-scaling (Fish Scale Removal) Machines / Equipment
Also known as a fish scaler or fish scaler machine, we offer automated fish de-scaling machines and equipments that can maximise the yield without damaging the skin of the fish. In fact our fish de-scaler machines remove scales from all types of fish
3. Automated Fish Fin-Tail Cutting (Removal) Machines
We offer automated fish fin and fish tail cutting machines that smoothly remove fins and tails of fishes of any sizes.
4. Automated Fish Pin Bone Removal Machines (Fish Bone Separator) and Equipment
We offer automated fish pin bone removal machines (fish bone separator machines) that can remove the pin bones in a safe and efficient manner.
We offer a variety of fish processing equipments and machineries leveraging on cutting edge mechanical engineering concepts to can increase your yield during fish processing and reduce the need for manual labour. This translates into higher production and lower cost over time. Our innovation fish processing machines and technology fulfil the requirements and needs of the food processing industry and conform to the applicable CE-standards.