In this stage, every set comprising 100 or 50 casing consisting of 10 smaller packs, containing 5 or 10 casing, are opened, water passage obstacles and probable knots are removed, and prepared for sorting in a bunch-like form.
Skillful sorters of the Company classify the casing in terms of caliber in sheep part from 16 to 28 mm. and in cattle part from 37 to 50mm. in 3 qualitative parts, and each caliber is then transferred in a special dish.
Each caliber and grade is examined by the relevant chief laborer for 10% and in case of fault, it will be referred to the relevant sorter. Otherwise, it will be transferred to the next stage.
At this stage, each caliber will be packed by the wood meter in 91m. or 100 yards in from of a hank. Likewise, in stage of special color ring, each caliber which is arbitrarily or internationally dyed will be packed in casing and transferred to the next stage.
In this stage, the hanks produced will be salted for preventing them from decaying and packed in 10-item boxes. Afterward, ready hanks are transferred to the Company’s well-equipped cold storages.
Preservation & Exports Stage:
Ready hanks arte preserved in cold storages and in plastic kegs under 2-4 degrees Celsius before export, and will be transported by trucks with fridges or by planes in due time.