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Producing and processing milk and dairy products like cheese or butter is carried out under very sophisticated production conditions. Products with high water content, or products where bacteria or mould cultures are prevalent, determine which belts are appropriate. In addition to fabric-based conveyor and processing belts, Forbo Siegling also offers plastic modular belts from its portfolio which is superb for the special conditions the dairy industry applies. Belts with closed belt edges (Fullseal or additional edge sealing) cut the risk of product contamination and increase service lives.
Forbo Siegling conveyor and processing belts for dairy industry offer a number of application-driven options to convey products reliably:
- The edges of Fullseal belts can’t fray at all. Fullseal combines the hygiene benefits of homogeneous urethane belts with the mechanical characteristics of belts with fabric tension members.
- Forbo Siegling’s Smartseal and Hotseal belts prevent oil, grease and water and hence bacteria from penetrating the carcass of the belt. At the same time they
prevent fluff from protruding at the edges. With high demands for hygienic conveyor belts made of synthetic materials and fabric tension members, our Smartseal and Hotseal
belts are some of the best options.
Ref. No. 247 | Issue 07/12
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- Mesh belts
- Different mesh sizes with open areas of 60% max. make Forbo Siegling mesh belts ideal processing belts for cleaning, drying, filtering and cooling. The belts
can be supplied in different versions, for example with reinforced belt edges, with fibre-glass or Kevlar-fabric, with tracking- and lateral-profiles.
Ref. No. 227 | Issue 04/10
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- Elastic belts
- Homogeneous, elastic belting material made of urethane can be used on a number of applications such as spreaders or check-weighers. In addition to ideal
tracking, Forbo Siegling’s elastic belts have excellent release characteristics, great troughing capabilities and dimensional stability.
Ref. No. 205 | Issue 10/11
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