Model BCC-100 Poultry Cutter

A variety of products (chicken, duck, fish, rabbit, etc.) can be cut-up on the BIRO Model BCC-100 Poultry Processing Machine. The special 9″ diameter (23cm) smooth beveled knife blade can produce clean cuts without skin tearing. There is no cutting loss and minimal product shrinkage.

The 3/4 horsepower totally enclosed motor gives the operator all the power required to maintain maximum productivity. A stainless steel 3/4 HP motor is available as an option for harsh wash-down environments. Left hand machines are available if production flow requires a left hand unit. See other options on the reverse side.

SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL

BCC-100 POULTRY CUTTER.

CONSTRUCTION

STAINLESS STEEL BASE, COLUMN, EXTENSION SHAFT.

MOTORS

MOTORS VOLTS CYCLE PH AMPS STATUS
3/4 HP (.5 kw)-TE 115/230 60 1 9.0/4.5 STD
3/4 HP (.5 kw)-TE 110/220 50 1 10.6-5.3 EC
3/4 HP (.5 kw)-TE 208-230/460 60 3 2.8-2.9/1.45 EC
3/4 HP (.5 kw)-TE 380 50 3 1.8 EC
3/4 HP (.5 kw)-TE/SS 115/230 60 1 7.6/3.8 EC

EC = EXTRA COST  STD = STANDARD   TE = TOTALLY ENCLOSED
SS = STAINLESS STEEL

STANDARD FEATURES

7.5’ CORD AND 3 PRONG PLUG ON 115 VOLT, 7.5’ CORD NO PLUG ON 208-230/460 VOLT, PRODUCT GUIDE TROUGH, OPERATING AND SAFETY MANUAL.

SWITCH

TILT TYPE, ENCLOSED, WATERPROOF.

INTERLOCK SWITCH

MICRO TYPE, ENCLOSED, WATERPROOF.

KNIFE BLADE

STAINLESS STEEL, 9” (228 MM) DIAMETER, BEVEL.

CUTTING GUIDE BAR

APEX TYPE, STAINLESS STEEL 1” (25 MM) DIAMETER.

PRODUCT GUIDE TROUGH

STAINLESS STEEL, STANDARD.

OPTIONS (EC)

LEFT HAND UNIT (BLADE ON LEFT SIDE OF MOTOR), SERRATED KNIFE BLADE (IN PLACE OF STANDARD KNIFE BLADE), CALIFORNIA STATE REQUIREMENT, STAINLESS STEEL 60 CYCLE, 1 PHASE MOTOR, SEE MOTOR SECTION ABOVE.

COUNTER SPACE REQUIRED

18” (457 MM) L X 18-1/2” (470 MM) W X 22” (559 MM) H.

CERTIFICATION

U.S.D.A.

WEIGHT

NOT PACKED: 70 LBS. (31.8 KG) APPROXIMATE. CARTON: 83 LBS. (37.6 KG) APPROXIMATE.

DIMENSIONS CARTON

L = 24” (610 MM) W = 21” (533 MM) H = 22” (559 MM).

Item Number

LIT-BCC-100-086

Product guide trough not shown
Product guide trough not shown
Model BCC-100 Poultry CutterThe operator’s left hand holds and pulls both winds (together) down over the apex precision guide bar as shown, exposing the wing knuckle joints. Operator keeps both hands below the precision guide cutting bar.
The operator’s left hand holds and pulls both winds (together) down over the apex precision guide bar as shown, exposing the wing knuckle joints. Operator keeps both hands below the precision guide cutting bar.
With one forward stroke, both wings are severed.
With one forward stroke, both wings are severed.
Holding one drumstick in each hand, position right thigh and drumstick over the apex guide bar, keeping both hands below the guide bar as shown. Bird is now poised for removal of drumstick and thigh.
Holding one drumstick in each hand, position right thigh and drumstick over the apex guide bar, keeping both hands below the guide bar as shown. Bird is now poised for removal of drumstick and thigh.
With a forward stroke, right thigh and drumstick are severed without entering the breast area.
With a forward stroke, right thigh and drumstick are severed without entering the breast area.
Position left thigh and drumstick over apex guide bar exposing the rump knuckle while keeping both hands below the guide bar as shown.
Position left thigh and drumstick over apex guide bar exposing the rump knuckle while keeping both hands below the guide bar as shown.
A forward stroke removes the left thigh and drumstick without entering the breast area.
A forward stroke removes the left thigh and drumstick without entering the breast area.
Turn the carcass sideways and with your thumbs, expand the pelvic. Position carcass over the guide bar adjusting carcass position so that the wing knuckles are removed with the back.
Turn the carcass sideways and with your thumbs, expand the pelvic. Position carcass over the guide bar adjusting carcass position so that the wing knuckles are removed with the back.
With a forward stroke, back is removed from the breast.
With a forward stroke, back is removed from the breast.