Meat-processing equipment in the food industry consists of a whole set of plants or a production line. They serve to carry out such tasks as slicing carcasses, preparing them for processing or sale, storing them, freezing, thawing, chopping, marinating, smoking, packaging, and labeling. They are used to make sausages, meat delicacies and semi-finished goods, smoked meats, canned food. Such equipment includes tanks for receiving and soaking the raw inputs, block cutters, presses, skinning machines, meatball and breading machines, smokers, meat grinders, cutters, saws, meat mixers, vacuum syringes, slicers, boning tables, freezers, and sausage clippers. They may also include packaging and filling devices.

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