In the United States, eggs are the second most popular choice for breakfast, with over 1 in 10 people (11%) indicating that their favorite way to start the day is with a delicious serving of eggs. This is a very common menu item in most breakfast restaurants in the US.

This requires a large amount of fresh egg mass, and breakfast places use special centrifuges to produce it. The UDTJ-150 centrifuge model is an automatic device that can process up to 20,000 eggs per hour. The eggs are cracked and the shells are filtered out using a special spinning filter. The egg mass is then transported to a container and the shells are automatically removed from the machine.

Such devices can significantly speed up the process of preparing meals in breakfast establishments, where fresh egg mass is often needed in large quantities.