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Fish Cleaning Stations

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Is there a difference in Fish Cleaning Stations?

Yes, definitely.  Originally the garbage disposal type station was the standard of the industry.  It was noisy, had high maintenance costs, but somewhat economical initial purchase.  Many would not process certain fish (catfish and salmon among others) and because of the noise, fisherman would load the hopper before starting causing ultimate motor failure.

About 10 years ago, QM&M (formerly QCEC) being a long time JWC distributor, decided to make a highly efficient, quiet, and safer fish cleaning station which has since become the standard of the industry..(see our installations)..Not only is our station quieter, but safer because of our unique inlet.  We also have a control system that will allow for total control of all flows, and grind times, to include water usage ability down to as low as 2GPM..Most others need 8-10GPM or more...(See Fish Cleaning Station Selection/Comparison Guide)

Fish Cleaning Station

Contact QM&M for Fish Cleaning Stations at:

515-266-2268

sales@qualitymandm.com

BARRACUDA Series

 

Exclusive dual safety inlet

Openings (to 8.25") to accommodate larger fish

Exclusive programmable control system

Quiet, long lasting, low maintenance

Controls water times and flows and usage

Controls grind times

Connects to either 220V, single or three phase

(no add-on converter required)

Option to equip for all year usage

Two-shaft, high torque, grinder available with 2HP and 5HP

Built-in ADA table

PIRANHA Series

 

 

Economical initial purchase

Uses the INSINKERATOR disposal with over 400 service outlets in the US

Dual safety inlets

Exclusive programmable control system for low usage and /or smaller fish

Connects to 220V, single or three phase

(no add on converter required)

Built-in ADA table

 

For a listing of locations where we have installed our Fish Cleaning Stations, click the button below.

For case histories and articles on our Fish Cleaning Stations, click the button below.