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- Egg Washing Machine: the Right Way to Disinfect
Newborn poultry eggs are not only dirty on the surface, but also have a short shelf life. Therefore, processing companies will choose automatic egg washing machines for cleaning and processing for product safety and hygiene and extending product shelf life.
Structure introduction of the automatic egg washing machine:
The material of the automatic egg washing machine is made of stainless steel, which is composed of a hopper, roller, brush, bristles, driving wheel, transmission system, belt conveyor, drying device, and other components. Please understand the characteristics of the equipment in detail when purchasing.
The automatic cleaning machine is equipped with a roller vertically directly below the receiving hopper.
There are bristles on the inner surface of the roller, and a driving wheel is fixed on the outer circle of the roller.
The driving wheel is connected with the transmission system, directly below the roller.
There is a receiving hopper at the position of the belt conveyor.
One end of the belt conveyor is installed in the receiving hopper directly under the roller in an inclined manner.
The part of the belt conveyor outside the receiving hopper is installed horizontally.
The belt conveyor is installed in the horizontal position Drying device.
The disinfection of the egg washing machine includes the disinfection of the exterior of the equipment and the disinfection of the interior.
There are two common disinfection methods:
Soak and disinfect with disinfectant water:
According to the number of eggs, add the required amount of water (soaking over the surface of the eggs) and calculate its weight.
According to the weight of the water and the instructions for use of the disinfectant powder, calculate the weight of the disinfectant powder needed.
Dilute the required disinfectant powder with a little water and mix well, stir well for later use, transfer the tested eggs to the plastic basket, and put them in the disinfection tank in turn. After each basket of eggs is put in the water, the plastic basket should be gently shaken Shake for 1 minute, then let stand and soak for 20 minutes.
Remove the completely disinfected eggs from the disinfection tank, soak them in clean water for 5 minutes, and drain the water before use.
Drain the eggs from the dirt on the surface and sterilize them with ultraviolet rays for about 30 minutes to achieve the purpose of cleaning the eggshell surface and preventing cross-contamination.