crustastun

Studham Technologies came to us with the concept of creating a kitchen appliance to humanely kill shellfish.

 

They'd done a lot of research into the efficacy of electrostunning, but they needed further expertise to turn their idea into a manufacturable product.

 

We refined the method, developed the technology and created a series of prototypes for extensive field trials. We then helped take the product to market.

 

Crustastun has been well received by many chefs, including Raymond Blanc and Heston Blumenthal – not least because the shellfish is sweeter and more tender than when killed by other methods.

  • Don't boil them alive. Crustastun is an appliance to stun crustaceans and is humane, easy to use, and the crabs and lobsters taste better too.

  • Prototypes were tested by restaurants and seafood retailers in the

    UK and the USA. © copyright Studham Technologies Ltd

  • Simon Buckhaven, managing director, Studham Technologies Ltd.

  • Crustastun was awarded Best Invention of 2006 by Time magazine.

  • Crustastun – it's humane, easy to use, and the crabs and lobsters taste better too.