Matador Long Barrel Stunning Pistol
Developed with a longer barrel specifically to process large cattle, the Matador Long Barrel Stunning Pistol maintains excellent operator safety while delivering a highly effective stun. The Long Barrel Matador Pistol is ergonomically designed for ease of use and is highly durable to ensure maximum reliability.
Termet Super Securit Cartridges are designed for perfect compatibility with Matador Pistols, ensuring a reliable and effective stun with every use. The cartridges are available in 3 different grains (black, red and blue) perfectly balanced for multispecies and safety.
Matabox with Counter
Designed to hold the Matador in a secure position between firing intervals, the Matabox allows operators to interchange between two (or three) pistols. Pistols are stored, safeguarding against the possibility of misfires and ensuring the operator is aware if the gun is loaded or not. Rotating pistols ensures a more consistent stun on the production line and a reduction in maintenance costs.
The Calibration Tester measures the performance of Matador pistols and provides a numerical result to compare optimum values. To guarantee the highest standards of operator safety, humane animal welfare, equipment reliability and maintenance the SuperSecuritest is used to measure the velocity performance of the matador pistol. Test results display the speed of the bolt, accurately gauging how many more shots can be fired before maintenance is required. Downtime and mis-stuns are reduced, with a simple test taking less than one minute to complete.
Belly Cattle Spreader
The Termet Cattle Breast Spreader is a quick, efficient and easy-to use device to assists the operator with the evisceration of the stomach. Designed to open the belly cavity making the job cleaner and much more effective. Complete with an adjustable speed movement, it reduces the time taken to remove offal by up to 20%. For sterilisation, a compact and robust automatic sensor operated steriliser is also available to quickly sterilise the arms of the spreader on the line.
Wesand Rodding & Clipping
The Clip Air rodder has been designed to improve the process of placing clips onto the weasand and rodding cattle. When performed with a manual rodder, the process is hard work and requires a large amount of force to rod the back into the stomach.
The Clip Air pneumatic rodder makes the job easier, improving operator welfare and reducing the risk of claims through back injuries and RSI – saving money through sickness and possible claims. It also significantly reduces the risk of burst bellies, thus reducing the possibility of contamination and downgrading, ultimately improving profits.