Egg Washing Machine: Poultry Egg Cleaning Equipment_LIJUN Machinery Plant

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Egg Washing Machine: Poultry Egg Cleaning Equipment

Date:2020-8-24      Author:Egg washing machine

The egg washing machine is LIJUN Machinery Plant‘s new egg washing machine, which is mainly used to clean eggs efficiently and automatically. The conveying system conveys the eggs to the disinfection part, and the brush and disinfectant in the disinfection part can effectively clean and disinfect the eggshell.

Egg Washing Machine: Poultry Egg Cleaning Equipment

Egg disinfection can remove most of the pathogens attached to the outside of the eggshell, which can increase the hatchability. We can also provide other egg cleaning machines to meet different needs.

Poultry Egg Cleaning Equipment

Poultry Egg Cleaning Machine

If the egg is dirty or the yolk sticks to the shell, it may need to be wet washed. Rinse the eggs with warm water on the tap. The water must be warmer than the egg, but not hot. Dry each egg with a paper towel and place it in a clean open carton or wire rack. It is disinfected by spraying a bleach solution diluted with water on the washed eggs.

Tips for storing eggs

After the eggs are clean and dry, they are packed in egg cartons, and the date when the eggs are collected is pasted on the cartons. Generally, it is best to store eggs in the refrigerator. Wet clean eggs must be refrigerated, while dry clean eggs (complete with no pollen) can be refrigerated or stored at room temperature. Generally, all eggs have a longer lifespan after refrigeration.

After storing the eggs in the refrigerator, the eggs within one month after collection can be stored for one month. In the weeks following the one-month mark, the eggs may get better. If the eggs are older, bake them or boil them. Dry-cleaned eggs can be stored at room temperature for several weeks and should be washed immediately before being cooked.

To test the freshness of eggs, use the float test. Put the eggs in a bowl full of water. If the egg floats, the air pockets in the shell are too large, which means that the contents evaporate too much and the egg may have deteriorated. Compost it. You can also use strong light to see how much air space there is inside the egg.