Poultry scalding is a crucial step of the slaughtering process to obtain a good final result. To scald poultry, various types of tanks are available, depending on the capacity. Manual dip tanks fitted with immersion heaters, allowing you to scald one or several birds at the same time (depending on the dimensions of the tank) are perfect for small capacities. These manual dip tanks require the operator’s manual intervention to stir the water. For bigger capacities, we can also provide poultry scalding tanks that limit the operator’s intervention and that will allow him to scald several birds at the same time. Within this range, you’ll find an auto scalding tank which scalds poultry thanks to a water cascade system. We also offer a rotating scalding tank with two rotative scalding sections that agitate the water to scald poultry. Immersion heaters for some of our poultry scalding tanks are also available as spare parts.
Manual dip tank for poultry scalding before wet plucking. This manual dip tank is perfect for small processing units with a small capacity.
Manual dip tank to manually scald several birds at the same time before wet plucking.
Manual dip tank suitable for small processing units. This manual dip tank allows you to manually scald several birds at the same time before wet plucking.
Poultry scalding tank allowing you to scald easily several birds simultaneously before wet plucking. This poultry scalding tank stirs water automatically thanks to a turbine, without having to agitate water manually.
Rotating scalding tank with rotative scalding sections designed to scald several birds at the same time automatically (without the operator’s manual intervention), before wet plucking.
Immersion heater element for BK2 manual dip tank for poultry and BK3 manual dip tank for poultry.
Immersion heater element with thermostat and power cord, suitable for the BB manual dip tank for poultry.
This scalding rake is perfect to stir water manually while scalding poultry and to keep the bird immersed in water. This scalding rake also helps to allow water to penetrate into the feathers. It also allows you to test whether scalding was sufficient or not, by raking slightly the skin of the bird.