This hand tool is an ergonomic device used to professionally take out viscera from the body cavity of a poultry carcass.
- The work of taking viscera out of carcass is usually messy, this product will allow you optimally take carcass out without messing your hands and the processing/cutting table.
- Made with stainless steel, this product promises durability, long service life, and no-rust quality.
Hand tool: Product features
- Affordable and uses low technology
- Constructed with food-grade stainless steel
- Can be used to extract the carcass of many poultry species (chicken, duck, goose, etc.)
- Has an ergonomic handle and four (4) rails
How to remove poultry viscera
Method of removing viscera from a poultry carcass begins when the carcass is suspended from a shackle line by the legs. This allows the carcass to be moved through the whole viscera removal process. The steps include:
- Tilting the carcass so that the viscera hangs over the back and sufficiently away from the carcass to allow them to be mechanically grasped.
- Mechanically grasping the viscera (using gloved hands or hand tools). A hand tool comprises of a pair of side-by-side, spaced apart rails, the distance between which progressively decreases along their length to the point that viscera may be substantially grasped between the rails.
- Mechanically pulling the grasped viscera from the carcass with a pulling force.