Haarslev
Solutions

For pressing

Haarslev solutions
for pressing

Years of experience have contributed to the development of superior and hard-wearing pressing machinery by Haarslev which enhances the value of the end products: feather presses, two ranges of expeller presses, twin-screw press range with both conical or bi-conical options for fish and wet rendering, exceed all expectations.

Pressing
Hog Hair Press

The Haarslev Hog Hair Press is based on years of experience in designing and manufacturing presses for a wide range of applications within the rendering industry. The press will reduce the amount of free water accumulated in hair from slaughterhouse transport systems for hog hair. Pressing of hog hair results in a weight reduction of up to 50%.

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Feather Press

Haarslev offers a proven feather press with a sturdy construction that can be adjusted in seconds. The press needs little maintenance and it offers an impressive payback to the customer in terms of energy savings (when rendering) or weight savings (when paying for removal of feathers) due to the large amount of water removed.

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Twin Screw Press

The Haarslev Twin Screw Press is used for pressing liquids from cooked fish or meat in a wet rendering process.

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Fat Screw Press

The Haarslev Fat Screw Press is designed for the continuous mechanical extraction of fat from cooked animal by-products to obtain the highest yields of fat.

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We care about
Your process

Haarslev Customer Care makes sure your business keeps on going

Downtime is a worst case scenario for all rendering and processing companies. It simply has to be avoided at all cost. Our systems have been designed to guarantee you maximum uptime.

Haarslev Customer Care is available to give you the best advice in mastering your process. By implementing the right procedures for maintenance and spare parts stock, you will be able to:

  • guarantee your throughput
  • obtain more yield per product
  • achieve a reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
Harald Petersen
Mechanical Engineer