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System information | Case study | Applications | Example installations | S16 Slurry Ice System

Applications:

Willem van der Zwan / 20 x S4 Slurry Ice Systems
Allda / 10 x S4 Slurry Ice Systems
Pumped ammonia system.
400/200 tonnes of 25% slurry ice / day.
Chilling in tanks and during processing.
Challenge UL33 / T4 Slurry Ice System
DX with R22 in combination with Buus flake ice machine.
11 tommes of 35% slurry ice / day.
Icing groundfish into bins & boxes.
   
Lunar Fishing / S16 Slurry Ice System
DX with R404a.
43 tonnes of 30% slurry ice / day.
Icing groundfish into bins and boxes.
Porunn Sveinsdottir / T16 Slurry Ice System
DX with R404a.
80 tonnes of 20% slurry ice / day.
Icing groundfish into bins and boxes.
   
Brandesund, Norway / S16 Slurry Ice System
Self circulating ammonia plant.
100 tonnes of 25% slurry ice / day.
Chilling of salmon during processing.
Sigurour Olafsson / Ts Slurry Ice System
DX with R404a.
8.3 tommes of 35% slurry ice / day.
Icing groundfish into bins in the hold.
   
Remo, Normawy / T12 Slurry Ice System
DX with R404a.
45 tonnes of 20% slurry ice / day.
Chilling of mackerel and cod in hold.
Helga RE / S16 Slurry Ice System
DX with R404a.
43 tonnes of 30% slurry ice / day.
Icing groundfish into bins in the hold.
   

Sjolaskip, two vessels / T40 container solution
System: DX with R404a.
144 tonnes of 25% slurry ice / day.
Chilling during processing.





 

Isfelag Vestmannaeyla / S16 Slurry Ice System
Pumped ammonia system.
100 tommes of 20% slurry ice / day.
chilling of pelagic / groundfish in factory
 
   
 

The Unity, FR-165 has a 10 generator Slurry-Ice System to boost the performance of the RSW system on board. The system was installed by Skogland in Norway, replacing older Integral generators. The generators were produced and sold by Slurry-Ice systems in Scotland,

The main benefit of using the two systems together is to obtain faster initial chilling of the fish in the tanks, faster than is possible with the RSW system.

Method
After the tanks are filled, the Slurry Ice System is run in conjunction with the RSW system to chill the water faster , .Once chilled the Slurry Ice System takes over producing Slurry Ice with refrigerated sea water ,this in turn increases the efficiency of the generators. With an ample supply of slurry-ice, the fish are chilled very quickly and are of a much higher quality.
1) The fish are firmer and less sensitive to handling.
2) The rapid chilling slows down all decay in the gut
3) The fish take less salt when at zero degrees

Results
According to Stephen Bellany, the skipper of the Unity, this method has given far better results and higher prices for the fish than has been possible before. During landing the fish are bathed with slurry-ice in the hopper, making sure the quality is kept all the way through processing.



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