Intralox Spotlights Sanitation and Spiral Technology at Seafood Processing America 2007

Representatives from Intralox, L.L.C. will display their latest innovations in hygienic belting and spiral solutions in booth #1877 at the Seafood Processing America trade show in Boston, Massachusetts, March 11-13.

Intralox is a global manufacturer that invented modular plastic belting for the Seafood industry over thirty years ago. Committed to quality and superior belt performance, Intralox offers all customers worldwide expertise and 24-hour service. Customers around the globe benefit from constant access to a direct network of highly trained people in every stage of production-from belt design to delivery. In 2007, Intralox will expand their global presence further with the opening of a new facility in Shanghai, China.

Intralox spiral solutions reduce product sticking and eliminate common contamination issues such as black specks from metal belts. New products in the revolutionary line of Spiralox(TM) belting that cut product waste in half and reduce maintenance and downtime costs by 75% will be on display at the show.

Intralox's Clean Team continues to deliver exceptional conveyor sanitation technology that reduces cleaning time and water usage compared to manual cleaning. The 1650 SeamFree(TM) Minimum Hinge Flat Top belt minimizes areas that trap debris, while the automated EZ Clean in Place system with patent-pending EZ Clean Angled Sprocket provides maximum cleaning efficiency in the belt underside, sprockets, and shafts.

About Intralox
Intralox, the leading innovator of modular plastic belting (MPB), has enabled companies worldwide to increase conveyor productivity, decrease production costs, and minimize downtime in their plants. By partnering with Intralox, manufacturers can expect a lower cost of conveyor ownership, money-back guarantees for belt performance, and on-time shipping. For more information about Intralox, visit

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or after the show, please contact:
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For More Information during Seafood Processing America 2007, Stop by Intralox Booth #1877

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