Technical innovations enable the Nuova-i to separate the viscera pack from the carcass super efficiently. Viscera packs will be uniform and compact, resulting in higher yield, cleaner carcasses and even higher hygienic operation standards. As a result, loose hanging intestines, which risk cross-contamination when they touch one another, will be virtually nonexistent.
It will no longer matter if a broiler flock is of an odd size or shape. The distance adjustment between shoulders can be set, and the shackle guide can be adjusted for long and short feet. The robust spoon will do its positioning and drawing job with utmost care and precision.
With the Nuova-i, evisceration enters the digital era. The machine is software-controlled by a touchscreen on it. The human-machine interface (HMI) display is an extremely user-friendly interface, allowing for interaction and communication with the mechanical components of the machine.
Once a recipe setting has proven to be successful for certain flock characteristics, the Nuova-i will remember this flock setting with a single tap on the screen. All relevant eviscerator settings will adjust themselves accordingly. The result will be a smooth and constant process flow.
There is no longer much human technological knowledge needed for optimal eviscerator performance; it is now data-driven. Handing over shifts from operator to operator will become easy.