Bunkers are storage structures or containers used in animal waste rendering facilities to temporarily store raw materials, such as animal by-products, until they are ready for processing.

These bunkers are typically designed to accommodate large volumes of raw material and may vary in size and construction depending on the specific requirements of the rendering operation. They are commonly made of durable materials such as concrete or steel to withstand the weight and characteristics of the stored materials.

Bunkers serve as an essential component of the rendering process, providing a centralized location for the accumulation and management of raw materials prior to processing. They help to streamline operations by ensuring a continuous supply of material to the rendering equipment, minimizing downtime and optimizing efficiency.

A Blood Tank is a specialized storage container used in animal waste rendering facilities to store blood collected from slaughterhouse operations or other processing activities. These tanks are designed to contain and preserve blood until it is ready for further processing or utilization.

Key Features of Bunkers:

  • Large Capacity: Raw Material Bunkers are designed to hold significant quantities of raw materials, ensuring a continuous supply for the rendering process.
  • Accessibility: They may feature access points such as hatches, doors, or conveyor systems for efficient loading and unloading of materials.
  • Safety Measures: Raw Material Bunkers may incorporate safety features such as guardrails, warning signs, or emergency shut-off systems to ensure the safety of personnel and equipment.

Key Features of Blood Tanks:

  • Sealed Construction: Blood Tanks are typically constructed with sealed walls and lids to prevent leakage and maintain sanitary conditions.
  • Hygienic Design: Blood Tanks are designed for easy cleaning and sanitation to ensure compliance with food safety standards.
  • Capacity: Blood Tanks are available in various sizes to accommodate different volumes of blood generated during processing operations.