THE FISH GRADER
Tough fish graders, built to last a lifetime.
Stand up to rough handling and tough fish.
A Fish Grader built by Clare Machine Works is built to last a lifetime.
Our vertical conveyor system quickly and efficiently sorts groundfish and bait, based on size, saving countless hours of labour.
The Fish Grader Product Information
- It only takes a few minutes for two people to adjust for various grading needs
- Grading channels can be width-adjusted to a fraction of an inch
- For most groundfish species
- High capacity with precise grading
- Fish Grader is versatile and for use on both land and sea
- Dimensions are available in various sizes depending on the desired species and capacity
- Capacity per hour for (eg: Redfish grading) 2 tons / per hour
- Construction material stainless steel and heavy-grade aluminum
- Multiple size grading channels
- Electrical drive motor
- Hydraulic fittings
- Vertical conveyor speed up to 1 – 1.5 meters per/second (depending on species)
The Fish Grader – Built To Last A Lifetime
The sturdy aluminum construction of a Clare Machine Works Fish Grader will stand up to rough handling and and even tougher fish. Vertical conveyor infeeding and sorting system is designed to gently move and efficiently grade various groundfish species according to thickness.
Due largley to the inclination angle of the vertical conveyor infeeding system, the fish product is moved without causing damage. The smooth and gentle conveyance of the fish into the width-adjusted sorting rollers results in product grading accuracy.
The grading system is fully automatic and eliminates the need for manual sorting by workers, meaning workers can focus on other processing tasks.
The grader is compact and while initially designed for onshore operation, it can be fitted for at-sea use.
- STRONG DESIGN
- GENTLE PRODUCT HANDLING WITH VERTICAL CONVEYOR
- FOOD-GRADE MATERIALS
- EASY TO CLEAN
- EASY TO ADJUST
- LABOUR SAVER
Since 1972, Clare Machine Works has been connecting ideas to innovation in service to the global marine and fisheries sectors.
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