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Termet

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Innovating tools, customized and specifically designed to meet customer expectations. Leader in the world market, TERMET has started for many years to propose innovative products adequate for slaughterhouse requirements. The company designs and fabricates tools with advanced technologies, fully specific to food industry requirements.

TERMET is so able to provide customized tools such: Matador stunning equipment, weasand ligature systems, sterilizers, washing tools, and consumables…

All the equipment is reliable, robust and specifically designed for slaughterhouses. They are designed to improve safety and hygienic processes.

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Ergonomics Product Range

Cattle Carcass Spreader

Termet Cattle Carcass Spreader

  • Limit effort at evisceration workplace
  • Limit cutting risks
  • Optimize recovery of lard
  • Ease the operator day to day work

Main characteristics

Animals Cattles
Weight 37kg
Height 1620 mm
Width 849 mm
Depth 258 mm
Nominal opening 590 mm
Operating air pressure 6 bars
Raw material Stainless steel
Additional products Sterilizer
TERMET part number 0880

Clip AIR 700T

Termet Clip AIR 700T

  • Less fatigue for the operator at the weasand clip workstation
  • Improve the productivity and the hygien at the weasand clip workstation
  • Different versions with 1 or 2 hooks, 2 bases and a Hallal
  • Compact, solid, simple maintenance

Main characteristics

Animals Small beefs or law production lines
Weight 4.9 kg
Piston length 700 mm
Air pressure 6-7 bar
Air consumption 8 L/cycle
Noise < 80 dB
Additional products 6 bars
Raw material Stainless steel
Additional products Beef CLIP, Sterilizer
TERMET part number simple hook (A) 5781
TERMET part number double hooks (B) 5804
TERMET part number simple hook hallal (C) 5805
TERMET part number simple hook hallal (D) 5803

Sterilizer Product Range

Total Clean Sterilizer

Termet Total Clean Sterilizer

  • Sterilization by water spray with water > 65oC
  • Optimized air and energy consumption, less than 5 times compared to standart processes
  • Adjustable stand for all kind of knives, maximum 2 knives
  • Automatic start when the door is closed (inductive sensor)

Main characteristics

Cleaned product All kind of knives
Weight 2.75 kg
Height 530 mm
Width 180 mm
Depth 170 mm
IP level IP66
Cycle duration Adjustable
Raw material Stainless steel
Additional products Reheater
TERMET part number 1348

Impuls’ Clean Sterilizer

Termet Impuls Clean Sterilizer

  • Sterilization by water spray with water > 65oC
  • Optimized water and energy consumption, down to 5 times compared to standard products
  • Very high efficiency due to optimized positionning of the knives
  • Automatic start with inductive sensor

Main characteristics

Start Sensor Sensor PLC Presto
Cleaned product 2 blades 4 blades 2 blades 2 blades
Max blade length 250 mm 250 mm 400 mm 250 mm
Weight 2.75 kg 6.6 kg 7 kg 2.75 kg
Length 405 mm 469 mm 609 mm 405 mm
Diameter 169 mm 169 mm 169 mm 169 mm
Water consumption 16 L/min 16 L/min 16 L/min 6 L/min
Watertighness IP66 IP66 IP66 IP66
Cycle duration 3 to 8s 3 to 8s 3 to 8s 15s
Raw material Stainless steel
TERMET part number 3803 3297 5378 5690

Contact us for more information E: sales@kentmaster.com.au

A captive bolt stunning gun kills the animal and reduces it instantly uncinscious without causing pain. A captive bolt gun has a steel bolt that is powered by either compressed air or a blank cartridge. The bolt is driven into the animal’s brain. It has the same effect on the animal as a firearm with a live bullet. After the animal is shot the bolt retracts and is reset for the next animal. A captive bolt gun is safer than a firearm.

There have been some questions about whether or not a captive bolt actually kills an animal. Practical experience in slaughter plants indicates that cattle shot correctly with a penetrating captive bolt have irreversible damage to their brain and they will not revive. If a non-penetrating captive bolt is used the animal may revive unless it is bled promptly. More and more research is showing that non-penetrating captive bolt is not recommended for mature cattle or mature swine.

Correct position for shooting horned cattle with captive bolt
Correct position for shooting horned cattle with captive bolt. The exact location may vary slightly depending on the cattle breed and head shape. Splitting skulls with a band saw can be used to verify the ideal location for penetrating the brain. Diagram courtesy of Jan Shearer, Iowa State University, and AVMA 2013, 2020. Note: The “X” is drawn from the top of the eyes to the middle of the horns. This position raises the position of the shot.
Side view showing correct location for captive bolt placement
Side view showing correct location for captive bolt placement for effective shots that penetrate the brain. The gun must be placed perpendicular on the skull surface for maximum hitting power. Angling the gun will reduce the ability of the captive bolt to penetrate the brain. Diagram courtesy of Jan Shearer, Iowa State University, 2011
Position for shooting cattle with long heads
Position for shooting cattle with long heads, such as Holstein dairy cattle. AVMA 2020. Diagram courtesy of Jan Shearer, Iowa State University
Position for shooting goats
Position for shooting goats. AVMA 2016. Diagram courtesy of Jan Shearer, Iowa State University
Position for shooting pulled sheep or goats
Position for shooting pulled sheep or goats. AVMA 2020. Collins et al, 2017; Plummer et al, 2018
Position for shooting pigs
Position for shooting pigs. AVMA 2016. Diagram courtesy of Jan Shearer, Iowa State University
Position for shooting pigs
Position for shooting horses. AVMA 2020. Diagram courtesy of Jan Shearer, Iowa State University