Meating Point-July 19
LIMA: A VERY SUCCESSFUL IFFA 2019!
Lima evaluated IFFA 2109 as an outstanding fair, as the company achieved record number and high - quality contacts!
LIMA as a world leader in mechanical separation exhibited:
Meat-bone separators for poultry for the highest quality of mechanically separated meat at high yields with:
- It's LIMA RM 50 S, which with its compact size and low electrical consumption, allows for substantial outputs and it is perfectly sized for chicken meat-bone separation, and is ideal for customers who are wanting to get started in the production of their own Mechanically Separate Meat/Chicken.
- And, its LIMA RM 2000 S, simply the biggest LIMA meat-bone separator for chicken, turkey or any poultry bones with an input capacity of up to 20 000 kg/hr (44 000 lbs/hr). It was showcased with new developments such as LIMA's PLC with color touch screen HMI, wih special features benefical to production and maintenance operators.
- A NEW LIMA RM 160 DSP deboner for pork bones. Its low-pressure technology enables the very important reduction of the calcium levels in the mechanically separated pork meat, whilst keeping optimum yields. The result is a well-structured recovered meat with technological performances similar to a grount meat. This model can process up to 1 000 kg/hr pork back and neck bones without any pre-grinding.
- A LIMA RM 400 DDM desinewer, thanks to its specially-shaped hopper for sticky products and its anti-bridging arm, it can be fed in large quantiites. It is dedicated to the production of very high quality desinewed beef, pork, poultry meat which depending on the legislation can be labelled as meat and not MSM. The main advantages of LIMA's desinewers are: high yields from 80 to 96 %, optimized C/P ratios, low temperature increase. The same machine can also be used as a deboner to obtain high-quality meat in terms of texture, color & very low calcium levels, less than 1 000 ppm.
The range of more than 70 different LIMA models can process from 100 to 20 000 kg/hr (220 to 44 000 lbs/hr) of raw product.