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Custom-made processing belts for the food industry
1st Quarter 2019, Other technologies


Spiraflex open mesh conveyor belts are manufactured and packaged in Italy. They are specifically designed for the processing and transport of products in demanding manufacturing sectors such as food, hygiene products, insulation, nonwovens, wood processing, biomass fuel and synthetic sheet materials. All of these use Megadyne’s open mesh belts, for at least one of the following processes: washing de-watering, heating, cooling, pressing and forming.

SACIF, a recent acquisition of the Megadyne Group, is a leader in fabricating conveyor, open mesh and special timing belts. The width and depth of this special products range is strengthened with the introduction of Spiraflex conveyor belts, made with food contact approved materials and in full compliance with the hygiene rules that regulate food processing and manufacture.

Spiraflex conveyor belts are safe and reliable, reducing any risk of product contamination due to Megadyne’s specialised fabrication techniques. They are lighter and have higher performance compared to conveyor belts with a metal mesh. The temperature range is from -30 to 90°C.

Manufactured in white PET, they are resistant to high temperatures, non-stick and fully antistatic. The belt edges are sealed to ensure that belt integrity is maintained during operation and through aggressive cleaning regimes. Spiraflex is available in rolls with a production width of 2000 mm and a minimum pulley diameter of 25 mm.

For more information contact Patrizio Trevisan, Megadyne South Africa, +27 12 661 1652, patrizio.trevisan@megadynegroup.com, www.megadynegroup.com


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Supplied By: Megadyne SA
Tel: +27 12 661 1652
Fax: +27 12 661 1634
Email: patrizio.trevisan@megadynegroup.com
www: www.megadynegroup.com
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