Kitchener Stailess Steel Defeather Plucking Machine Hair Removal
- Make sure all safety features are operational, including the power
switch and proximity switch.
- Check that all nuts and bolts are secure.
- Keep electrical connections out of areas where water can pool.
- Each time the chicken plucker is plugged in, you must press the
reset button on the leakage protector. The machine will not stard
without this step.
- Put the bird into scalding water should be approximately 65 degrees
Centigrade (140-150 degrees Fahrenheit), plunging the bird in and
out of the water for about 1 minute. When the bigger feather on
wings can be pulled out easily by hand.
- Recommend to mix the soap with scald water to make the oil on
birds' feathers easily broken down, which allows the hot water to
penetrate to birds skin.
- Press the start button on power switch and put the birds into the
- Drop the bird into plucker and let machine process until feathers
are removed. A properly scalded bird will pluck in about 15-30
- Turn off the chicken plucker when finished.
- The compact size of the Kitchener Chicken Plucker makes it
effortless to transport and efficient to store and weather
- Integrated irrigation ring, with standard garden hose connector,
flushes the plucked feathers out of the drum while the 92
individual natural rubber fingers gently remove dirt and grime from
the skin of bird.
- Kitchener's rotating sweeper fingers and feather chute efficiently
expel the plucked feathers, dumping them with the water into any
slotted five- fallon pail
- The commercial grade alloy-gear drive reduction system and powerful
electric motor, encased in a one-of-a-kind waterproof housing, is