IT TAKES MUSCLE TO HANDLE MUSSELS
FOR EXTREMELY HARSH CONDITIONS SUCH AS IN THE SHELLFISH INDUSTRY
Declumping is the mechanical process of separating mussels by tearing apart the mussel clumps.
In an application like this, the extremely high specifications of the Extreme Bearing are what is required: durable bearing housing, rust resistant, water resistant, capacity to withstand heavy forces and axial force.
This is the industry for which the original Extreme Bearing was developed simply because ordinary bearings were wearing out too fast. In the Dutch seaside town of Yerseke where mussels are a big industry, experience shows that a normal bearing lasts three months whereas the Extreme Bearing lasts three years or more on average before it needs replacement.