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Egg collection solutions
Gentle handling of eggs is the core business of Prinzen for over 35 years. Prinzen started with setting machines for hatching eggs, which are renowned for their highly careful handling of eggs and unsurpassed points down setting. For the table egg market we designed a special range of machines with the key words simplicity, compact and safety in mind. These machines combine careful handling with speed, making collecting table eggs quick and easy at any size farm.Talk to a specialist
Pegasus is the smart egg transport system for safe and efficient egg collection from your housing system to your egg collection belt.
Gentle handling of eggs is the core business of Prinzen for over 35 years. The Prinzen 50 is used for packing table eggs onto 30 cell trays.
Gentle egg handling, ease of use and the point down correction are the key features of Prinzen packers. The Prinzen 70 is designed for careful egg packing on 30-cell trays and has a 6 row cup configuration.
With the Prinzen 100 daily egg packing becomes an easy task. It is cleverly designed, ensures gentle egg handling and it reaches for a capacity of 36,000 eggs per hour.
The Speedpack automatic egg packer handles and packs eggs quickly yet carefully on 30 cell trays. Thanks to the compact design of the machine, you will especially appreciate the complete overview of the entire egg packing process. It allows you to spend more time on checking the quality of the eggs.
To further automate the process of egg packing, trays can be stacked with our semi and fully automatic stackers.
The conveyor belt brings the stacks to the unique Prinzen Pallet Loader. With extreme precision the Pallet Loader swiftly places stacks of eggs onto pallets. When a layer on the pallet is complete, the Pallet Loader automatically takes a protective divider from stock and accurately positions it on top of the lower layer.
A leaking egg detector which detects leaking eggs rolling off an egg belt onto the infeed conveyor of a Prinzen packer.
Automatically and accurately counts eggs using vision technology. This ensures a clear insight into the production and allows a continuous egg collection.
System for automatic egg inspection and sorting. Eggs can be sorted on the basis of external characteristics to four destinations. Every individual egg will be inspected on exterior indicators like quality and dimensions.
The Meggsius Control provides total control over the entire egg flow. In combination with the Meggsius Count a constant automatic egg flow to the packer is realized. You enter the capacity and the system runs automatically.
An electronic grader for hatching eggs has proven to be an asset at the hatchery. The system uses electronic weighing units, grading the eggs into four user defined sizes.
The capacity and functionality of the automatic palletiser perfectly matches the packing capacity of the Prinzen packer range starting from 25.200 (Prinzen 70) up to 39.600 (Speedpack 110).
Eggs are gently transported from different nest rows or houses to a central on-farm location with the Vencobelt.
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