The red and white internal organs/pig offal taken out in the white meat automatic line are placed in the internal organs synchronous sanitation inspection system for inspection. Since the pig carcass, red viscera and white viscera are synchronized, once a problem with the viscera is found, the corresponding pig carcass can be quickly found. This can prevent sick pork from entering the market. There are three main systems: hook-disc synchronous sanitary inspection system, hanging pan-type synchronous sanitary inspection system, and floor-disc synchronous sanitary inspection system.
Hook disc type synchronous sanitation inspection system
The white offal is taken out and placed in a tray under the pig’s body, and the red offal is taken out and hung on the hook under the pig’s body.
The structure of the system is complex, and because of the advanced electronic automation control, the price is much higher than that of the hanging pan type visceral synchronous sanitary inspection system.
The hook-and-disc visceral synchronous sanitary inspection system guarantees a one-to-one correspondence between each pig’s carcass and the pig’s red and white viscera through advanced automatic control and complete synchronization. After inspecting the red and white internal organs, if a problem is found, the corresponding pig carcass can be found immediately. Thereby, the pig carcass is processed to achieve the real purpose of synchronous sanitation inspection.
Hanging pan synchronous sanitation inspection system
The hanging pan type visceral synchronous sanitary inspection system uses two specifications and different sizes of hanging pans to support the white and red viscera. When the hanging plate moves to the top of the visceral chute, it will automatically tip over, so that the viscera will slide into the visceral treatment room. The synchronization system has a compact structure and low cost. However, since the red and white viscera hanging pan is close together, it is easy to cause confusion in the correspondence relationship.