Wingstick module

  • Adds value to first wing joint
  • Fully automatic in-line process
  • Integrated bypass
  • Automatic and manual height adjustment


The ACM Wingstick module processes wings into wingsticks, fully automatically and in line. The wing is picked up by guides and stretched. A static knife makes an incision between the first and second joints. After that a guide bends the second joint from the first joint leaving the cartilage capsule attached to the second joint.

A rotating blade cuts the second joint from the first joint, leaving the bone on the first joint exposed to act as a “handle”. The first joint is now ready to be harvested as a wingstick in a wing cutting module.

  • The Wingstick module can be supplied with a manual or automatic raising and lowering mechanism to switch the module in or out of line.
  • Fine height adjustment during production, which will be determined by the size of product handled, is done in both instances by turning an adjustment wheel.
  • Optional chute for unloaded wingsticks
  • As standard, driven by the overhead conveyor. Option for an additional overhead conveyor drive motor


Marel offers a range of service solutions to prevent failures, maximize performance or in case of unexpected breakdowns remote or onsite assistance.

Marel has offices in 30 countries across all regions, and a global network of highly skilled professionals that provide remote as well as onsite service support. We provide quality spare parts and customized service agreements for our customers to ensure optimal performance of Marel equipment.

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