Baader 429 is a bigger version of the 424 Straight Cut Heading Machine
This machine is suttable for heading, and as a special version, it can also be used for gutting whitefish, redlish and similar fish with a maximum back width of up to 150 mm. Depending on how the fish is arranged, the head cut is performed either in a straight or oblique manner. Thanks to a dorsal fin fixing device, the fish can be loaded, so that they are exactly positioned for being pushed into the doubleacting fish conveyance system.
Maintenance and cleaning of the Baader 429 is extremely easy, it consists of noncorroding materials, such as stainless steel and food-safe plastics.
After heading, the fish fed through the machine opens according to its size a multi-flap cover arranged in front of a vacuum suction socket which draws the guts out of the abdominal cavity. The efficient gutting process is ensured by a rotating impeller incorporated in the suction head. The special multi-flap cover in front of the vacuum suction device allows the effective processing of each fish size at a constant maximum vacuum. The cleanliness of the abdominal cavtty is contingent upon the freshness and consistency of its contents, in particular, as far as roe and milt are concerned. The collection bin under the machine, which is maintained under vacuum by a separate vacuum pump, can be positioned with its largely dimensioned outlet socket either on the left-hand or right-hand side which depends on the local conditions.
Different vacuum system are available.
• Fish species / working range: Whitefish, Redfish and similar fish from 30-110 cm in total length (thickness max. 150 mm)
• Throughput rate: max. 50 fish/min contingent upon the size and species
• Operator: 1 person
Power consumption: 1,5 kW
Length: 1945 mm
Width: 1475 mm
Height: 1490 mm
Weight of machine: 630 Kg