Hygienic conveyers

Dec. 8, 2005
Stainless-steel conveyors target hygienic environments.

They sport self-draining surfaces and need no lubrication. A new chain design and built-in rigidity lets the equipment run up to 100 m/min, while maintaining the stability of products transported. A speed control in the drive unit provides soft starts and stops. An optional automatic cleaning system cuts hot-water consumption by 50% and detergent use by 80%, as compared to industry-standard manual hose-down cleaning. Conveyors are fully CE compliant and in accord with the design guidelines of the European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group.

FlexLink Systems Inc., 6580 Snowdrift Rd., Allentown, PA 18106, (610) 814-8200, flexlink.com

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