Cellulose Casings

Our Cellulose Casings are made for producing skinless sausages with automated equipment. Cellulose Casings are great for making skinless wieners, Mexican chorizo, and more!

Cellulose casings are ideal for producing skinless sausages using automated equipment.

They have excellent mechanical properties, are smoke permeable and have superior peeling characteristics.

They can be used for a wide variety of products such as:

  • Skinless Wieners
  • Skinless Dinner Sausage
  • Chorizo


Clear Casings

  • Standard product form for all types of production

Non-transferable Colors & Stripes

  • Used for product identification and to ensure full peeling

Peeling Treatments

  • Permits easy release from the product surface to optimize production speeds and assure complete removal of the casing

Additional Options

  • Available with either opened or closed ends
  • Cherry transferable color (US only)
Cellulose Casings Oversea DeWied


Cellulose Packaging

  • Cellulose casings are manufactured with a pre-determined moisture content and packed into caddies (typically 50 sticks each)
  • The caddies, covered with protective plastic film to prevent moisture loss, are placed into a carton box (4, 6 or 8 caddies each)


  • The diameter varies from 14 mm to 48 mm
  • Ready to use sticks from 55 feet (17 meters) to 225 feet (68 meters)
Cellulose Casings Oversea DeWied
Cellulose Casings Oversea DeWied


How to Use

  • Once the carton is opened, the caddies must be properly stored to prevent them from losing moisture; critical for future use
  • Do not soak casings prior to use. Cellulose casings are ready-to-use out of the box
  • Never leave open cartons unprotected. All caddies must be covered with protective plastic film until they have been consumed
  • The casings, when dried, becoming fragile and brittle, resulting in sizing and breakage issues during stuffing
  • Cellulose casings must be kept in a place where relative humidity and temperature are stable or controlled. Ideal storage conditions are at relative humidity 60/70% and temperatures 60°-75° F (15°C – 24°C). Do not store casings near steam pipes or other heat sources