Check in real-time whether the trimmed fillets meet the requirements of the customers
A typical fillet line will feature a deboning system, a trimming station and a bone scanner. Additionally, IRIS FI offers the option to secure the visual quality.
IRIS FI is an excellent tool for quality assurance. Installed after the trimming station, it can check in real-time whether the trimmed fillets, that are on the conveyor belt at that moment, meet the quality requirements of the customers.
One purpose of collecting data in this way is to assess the performance of the trimming process. Performance reporting can be done for many criteria, such as time, flock and defects that were in the line. It gives plant managers a reliable image of the trimming department's operations. It is even possible to compare the different trimming tables.
If trimming is done too intensely, too much valuable meat weight will be downgraded. Too mild trimming can lead to customer complaints and a lower order intake. Either way, processors will lose money. To prevent this, it makes sense to instruct the trimmers exactly how to trim. The results of such a training can be verified by IRIS FI. In this way, processors can gain an incredible amount of valuable meat on an annual basis, representing several hundreds of thousands of euros.