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Bauer drives innovation in food and beverage
3rd Quarter 2018, Shaft power components


The AsepticDrive from Bauer Gear Motor is an asynchronous motor with a basic design that does away with a fan and cooling ribs. As a result, its entirely smooth outer casing makes it ideal for the strict hygiene requirements of the food and beverage industry. In addition, the outer casing is sealed with a matching non-drive end shield. A standard feature is a stainless steel round connector, itself with a smooth surface, that allows for quick and simple motor connection. This connector contains not only the motor contacts, but also those of the thermistors. The AsepticDrive can be fitted easily onto any gear in the BG, BF, BK, or BS Series, which translates into maximum flexibility in terms of design requirements.

Production areas in the food and beverage industry have special requirements in terms of hygiene and cleaning due to the perishable nature of the products. The AsepticDrive represents the latest innovation in drive technology for the food and beverage industry. The smooth surface means that it can be cleaned simply and effectively, without allowing any pockets of dirt to accumulate, making it difficult for any deposits to adhere. An additional benefit is that ambient and room-air infections are also prevented, as any germs that form under the cowling are not recirculated when the machinery is restarted. “In combination with the extensive gear series from Bauer, the AsepticDrive provides for a highly-effective and all-inclusive total solution for the food and beverage industry.

For more information contact Bearings International, +27 11 899 0000, info@bearings.co.za, www.bearings.co.za


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