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goon2019  
#1 Posted : Saturday, January 09, 2021 12:59:22 PM(UTC)
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Add value to your second quality eggs with Pelbo Ovolutions Systems

That is the question many packing stations face when dealing with rejected eggs from the grading operation, especially when the egg market is down. Furthermore, the volatility of the prices of these eggs and the limited market outlets for them, combined with the many issues when handling these rejected eggs, such as their fragile nature, makes for a puzzle. However, there is a simple solution that requires little space and can turn the losses of rejected eggs in profitable high-value egg products.To get more news about Quail egg machinery, you can visit dinneregg official website.
Yield losses during storage, transport and loading into the equipment have been estimated between 4% and 7%. When combining these losses with the downtime generated at the breaking plant, packaging material waste, and the environmental impact due to additional cleaning compounds and water, the losses reach staggering numbers.
We understand that most packing stations do not produce enough second-quality eggs to justify investing in a large, complex egg breaking and processing plant. Therefore Moba offers easy-to-operate egg processing equipment with a small footprint that not only breaks these eggs using a sanitary method, but also produces a wide variety of egg products: the Pelbo Ovolution Systems.

The Ovolution Systems can be installed in a small room adjacent to the grading operation, with a conveyor directly from the grading machine to the egg breaker. The egg breaker receives and breaks the eggs and the raw egg product immediately enters a blending tank to create a homogeneous mix. From the tank, the products are filtered and immediately pasteurized and packed. The time it takes a broken egg to be pasteurized and packed is less than 20 minutes.

So, next time the question arises what to do with your rejected eggs, know that egg breaking and processing is now a viable alternative and can be added to your operation as simple as adding a packer to your grading machine.
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