Design and Fabricate a Continuous Pork Roaster using Infrared Heating
Teerapot Wessapan, Theerapong Borirak
Available Online January 2014.
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- Roaster, Infrared Heating, Pork, Pollution, Environment
- Roasted pork is a favorite dish in many different cultures, and countries. At present, the roasting process is highly polluting, emitting high carbon dioxide loads to atmosphere, particulate pollution that can pollute the surrounding environment. An electric roaster is just as suitable for roasting the pork with low pollution and high efficiency but it has slow cooking capacities. So, the objectives of this research are to design and fabricate a continuous pork roaster using infrared heating for community enterprises, with its capacity and efficiency should be in an acceptable range. The designed roaster is used for production of roasted pork. The experiments are carried out on a continuous pork roaster using infrared heating. Three kilograms of pork meat are applied with the 3 infrared heaters with the power of 1000W each that give a maximum of 3000W. Capacity test results show that the production capacity of the roaster is approximately 400 pieces /hr continually. And the surface of roasted pork obtained from this roaster meet the community product standard. Therefore, if small and micro community enterprises are persuaded to use the developed roaster, it can reduce pollution from roasting process and help keep our air and environmental clean. This technology also helps to reduce cost and production time, and improve productivity, and eventually lead to be able to survive in competitive environments.
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TY - CONF AU - Teerapot Wessapan AU - Theerapong Borirak PY - 2014/01 DA - 2014/01 TI - Design and Fabricate a Continuous Pork Roaster using Infrared Heating BT - 2014 International Conference on Computer, Communications and Information Technology (CCIT 2014) PB - Atlantis Press SN - 1951-6851 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/ccit-14.2014.78 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/ccit-14.2014.78 ID - Wessapan2014/01 ER -