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What are brine injectors? Brine injectors, also known as pickle injectors, come in various shapes and sizes in which they add brine or a marinaded solution to the protein products such as fish, meat, and poultry.
What is and what does brine do? Brining is the process of submerging a solution of salt and water into a cut of raw material. It adds flavor from the ability of seasoning it from the inside out, while also changing the physical feature of the product by adding weight to it. Salt brine ensures there is a retainment of more moisture for better quality products.
CM Machine Services offers a variety of injecting equipment from small companies to large processing plants. Our most popular manual injector is the Pokomat P1 due to the special features of self-priming pump, portability, ability to run dry, and the ergonomic handgun. It is ideal for small butchers, canteens, and catering services. For medium to large processing plants, we suggest buying an automatic curing injector such as the Ruhle IR17. This piece of equipment only needs 3 liters of brine to run the system, making it extremely cost affective. It can make exact and uniform injection quantity and can inject between 3% to 60% inside dimension up to 1500kg per hour in one cycle.