Beeketal Poultry Plucking Machine Wet Plucking Machine - BRM1800

Item number 985


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Technical data:


Model: BRM1800
Connection: 230 V - 50 Hz
Power: 1500 watts
Pick-up capacity (pcs./passage): 2 - 7
Quantity (pcs./hour): approx. 250
Cycle time: approx. 1 minute
Drum diameter: approx. 600 mm
total load: max. 8 kg
Load for single animals: max. 4,5 - 5 kg
Dimension (L/W/H): approx. 650 x 650 x 1000 mm
Picking fingers: 154
Power cable length: approx. 1200 mm
Net weight: approx. 63 kg


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The dispatch by forwarding agency takes approx. 3-7 days.



Recommended by a master butcher with 20 years of slaughtering experience!

NOW NEW: Unit on wheels, therefore easy to transport!







also for large poultry, such as geese and turkeys!!!



New model with integrated spring ejector

Improved design

On rollers, 2 rollers with brakes

Suitable for chickens, ducks, light geese, light turkeys

Copper wound motor

Ideal for agriculture, hobby farmer, small business without EU approval etc etc.

Unfortunately this model is not suitable for wildfowl.





Dear Customer / Interested Party

Please read this paragraph carefully BEFORE making a purchase decision:


In some offers from other suppliers, payloads of over 13 kg or more than 4 birds at a time per plucking pass are advertised. One should see it realistically, because as known a chicken has a fattening period of only 30 to 40 days. Exceptions are heavy fattening animals with a much higher slaughter weight.
These animals have a lot of meat but also a very soft bone structure in relation to the amount of meat.
Therefore, it can lead to bone fractures on wings as well as thighs when more than one animal is loaded for slaughter.
In this case, the meat is no longer in its original shape and is covered with bone splinters. Furthermore, when 4-5 animals are loaded, the skin on the thighs may be torn by the claws of the animals and the thigh may be torn or even fold away as a result. The carcass is then no longer compact and very unsightly. If the skin was opened/destroyed at such mentioned places, strong germ infestation is the consequence by contamination of feathers, excrement and scalding water.
In my time as an active master butcher, it was always decisive in the meat processing industry and in smaller businesses to achieve the highest yield. If you then have to dispose of wings or thighs due to incorrect butchering because they are no longer edible, you should approach the slaughter realistically.
Logically, the cleanest defect-free slaughter is only one animal slaughtered at a time per pass through the plucking machine. Therefore, my advice to you is: please do not be swayed by utopian numbers and throughputs that subsequently result in defective carcasses.
Please also consider the sizes/dimensions of the machine before buying one that is too small. Large geese and turkeys need a certain amount of space to be able to rotate realistically in the machine and plucking of all feathers without slaughter damage is given.

The number of plucking fingers is not decisive, but the arrangement of the plucking fingers!

Likewise an additional FI switch at the equipment is not compellingly necessary, since each household/business must have secured the current supply over an FI circuit breaker. With some machines offered on the Internet the cover to the FI switch must be opened, in order to be able to switch these on or off. If you touch the open switch with wet hands, which is the case during the slaughtering process, water can run past the switch into the housing.

We have an on/off switch on our poultry plucking machines, which are certainly moisture-protected.
No water can get in. Furthermore, our motor is copper wound and splash-proof: also from the underside.
The motor and the capacitors are additionally provided with a housing and prevent splash water.
In addition, accidental tampering with the drive belt is impossible, as we have installed a base plate on our machines to prevent this. This is impossible with the BRM series from Beeketal, as we pay great attention to work safety and quality and are constantly improving the machines, also through ideas and feedback from our customers.













You have a lot of poultry to pluck? Plucking by hand is too time consuming and exhausting? The Beeketal poultry plucking machine BRM1800 offers you high performance at an affordable price.

No matter where you want to use the Beeketal plucking machine, the poultry plucking machine enables you to efficient and easy work.

Due to a very good quality of workmanship, special plucking fingers and the design with integrated flushing ensure that the poultry plucking machine really only plucks the feathers. Injuries to the poultry are thus largely avoided and a high quality is achieved when plucking the poultry.

The Beeketal poultry plucking machine impresses with its simple, robust technologywhich performs its work almost indestructibly. The simple and safe handling is particularly noteworthy.

It is recommended to process only one poultry at a time. Of course it is also possible to pluck several poultry at the same time. However, there is a risk that the poultry will tear each other's skin with their claws.
Therefore we recommend to process only one poultry at a time to achieve a perfect plucking result.

The ejection chute of the poultry plucking machine has been positioned at a suitable angle to ensure that the feathers do not slip.

The poultry plucking machine is affordable and due to the high possible throughput, the profitability is second to none. So your investment will probably pay off sooner than you think.

Hand on heart... The plucking of e.g. a duck is very time consuming. In the plucking machine the whole process takes only about 1 minute.