AUTOMATIC CHICKEN TRUSSING
Many chicken trussing facilities still use manual trussing when processing their chickens. Our automatic chicken trussing machines can help improve your throughput and employee safety. Our food-grade elastic offers superior hold, keeping the wings and legs of the chickens in place for the rotisserie process.
- Fully washdown capable
- Up to 40 birds per minute
- Minimal maintenance requirements
- Eliminates repetitive motion injuries
- Improved quality and consistency
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- Cotton Twines
- USDA, FDA, and CFIA approved
- Different colors available
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I have additional questions. Who should I speak to?
Fill out our contact form and a member of our Sales team reach out to answer any questions you may have. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 843-5667 to get in contact with a Sales Representative.
Where is the machine made?
Our tying machines are made in the US. Specifically, Milwaukee, WI.
Can we test our products on your machines?
Yes! Reach out to email@example.com or call (800) 843-5667 to get in contact with a sales manager to discuss sending in your product samples. We will send you photos and videos so you can see what your product will look like. We can also send the sample back to you.
How much does the machine cost?
Our focus is to provide each customer with the exact solution they need, not just an off-the-shelf packaging machine. When combined with the unique nature of our business, it can be difficult to publish exact pricing. What we CAN say is we offer everything from material at $5/roll to fully customized automation systems for upwards of six figures. Luckily, our packaging consultants can usually provide you with an estimate after just a few qualifying questions.
Is tying expensive?
Tying is one of the most economical ways to package or bundle a product. It decreases material waste, helps increase productivity, and ultimately generates ROI.