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Tuna Steam Trays and Other Special Products from ASTW

Tuna steam trays and other special products from ASTW

A & S Thai Works is a corporate member of the Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce. The company, a major player in machinery for the fish and bone meal industry, manufactures steel components made to order, custom made or based on some of existing products.

The company recently delivered to one of its customers in the tuna industry, which required 400 steam trays for tuna processing. Based on the requirements from the customer, the trays were manufactured in stainless steel within a timeframe of 2 months.

Another product range where the company often delivers custom orders is screw conveyors. Aside from different lengths and diameters, there are varieties such as:

  • Vertical screw conveyors
  • Screw conveyors with cooling
  • “Keyhole” profile screw conveyors, allowing for large items
  • Screw conveyors with CIP
  • Strainer screw conveyor
  • Choice of different steel qualities, sizes, lengths etc.

Experience has shown that screw conveyors represent a reliable, long lasting solution for transportation of most materials, wet or dry, between machines and buildings. ASTW screw conveyors are delivered with a hardened wear plate at the bottom of the tray, something that extends the life length of the conveyors considerably.

ASTW also manufactures meal bins of nearly any size and shape. If your space and/or ceiling height is restricted, ASTW can tailor make bins to fit your available space. In addition, the firm makes recirculating meal bins that cycle the meal from the bottom to the top of the bin using a vertical screw conveyor. Among the advantages of recirculating bins are better mixing and cooling of the meal.

About A & S Thai Works Co., Ltd. (ASTW)

A & S Thai Works Co., Ltd. is a leading designer and manufacturer of fishmeal and rendering plants in Asia Pacific. Since 1986, we have delivered, installed and commissioned more than 260 complete plants. As of 2020, most plants all are still running.

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