This Extended Lamb Shank Cap
is designed to go over the shank of the lamb leg preventing the bone from piercing through your vacuum or shrink bag.
Extended shank caps are ideal for use on heavier grade lamb legs. These can aslo be used on small hams.
This product gives great presentation with its opaque appearance. It is hygienic and easy to use.
Each thermoformed shank cap is identical in weight and therefore giving a constant tare weight.
Supplied in a box of 630 units.
N.B Not suitable for use at temperatures above 100 degrees C.
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ScobiesDirect - Boneguard Specialists
ScobiesDirect range of boneguard protection has been developed over the last 15 years to meet demands required to efficiently vacuum pack any bone meat product. All of our boneguard products are manufacturered at our UK Head Office. We specialise in minimising the total packaging costs by minimising leakers and targeting protection where it is needed.
Thermaformed Bone Protection
Our range includes stock shapes for most popular cuts. Customised products can be designed for individual requirements.
Made from 280MU CLEAR custom formulated PE for ultimate puncture resistance. This product is made from low density polyethylene material and complies with all relevant legislation
Cook temperatures up to 100 degrees Celsius. Product is not suitable for use at temperatures above 100 degrees Celsius, or for microwave use, but
is suitable for freezer temperatures ranging from -40 degrees Celsius to 35 degrees Celsius.
Being PE based they cannot break down or absorb any liquid unlike the cone shaped drinking cup.
Easy application of bone protection means less leakers and less time fixing leakers.
Scobie & Junor guarantee that all plastic materials used in the manufacture of flexible packaging products, which are specified for food contact use in the food processing industry, meet with the current European Directive 2004/19/EC The Plastic Materials and Articles in Contact with Food (Scotland) Regulations 2009.