blast freezing

blast freezing

a method of freezing poultry in which the carcasses are subjected to temperatures of −40°F in a blast tunnel for 2 to 3 hours.
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Features refresh/thawing,re-packing, re-boxing, custom assembly, heat shrink, blast freezing, shrink wrapping,temp-controlled processing, inventory maintenance, labeling, date coding, band saw, bag seal, re-weighing, bagging, cooler/freezer services, glazing, pallet exchange.
For people familiar with commercial fishing, cold storage, blast freezing and ice are critical components of the industry and demand for such services remains high during all times of the fishing seasons.
The technology, which the companies have developed with Icelandic pelagic fishing vessel owners, is based on non-pressure plate freezing instead of traditional blast freezing.
Seacatch recently upgraded from a manual blast freezing process by investing in a fully automated in-line system for protective glaze hardening and full freezing of wet fish fillets.
Owned by Bay Grove Capital, both facilities serve the import, export, fisheries and domestic cold storage markets, and offer on-site processing, deep-water access, blast freezing and intermodal shipping.
PLC controlled and monitored, the system reduces the amount of cold freezer air spilling from the low opening and controls warm, moist air infiltration from entering into the blast freezing system.
Tippmann Group has developed a new alternative to traditional blast freezing which will save users up to 50% on their utilities and labor associated with blast freezing.
AmeriCold's existing Charlotte-North warehouse, located at 1000 Exchange Street, will continue to provide support for rail-served public storage, blast freezing, and distribution-related services.
Contract Award Notice: This study will look into the options for the optimum future provision of blast freezing capability and both frozen and chilled storage unit(s) for use by the food and drink industry in Orkney, but with a particular focus on the needs of the inshore fisheries sector
CMFO expects that, when fully operational, the facility will bring in $8 million in annual storage, blast freezing and ice revenues, plus ring up $4 million in net income.
The system is capable of blast freezing 384,000 pounds of product in 20 hours.