Press Release Summary:
- Set under an acetal, raised tabletop chain belt and span the length of heat tunnel in either single or dual tracks
- Includes a variable speed drive, adjustable guide rails and leveling pads as standard
- Available with solid brass for its ability to dissipate heat, prevent bacterial growth and resist wear over the long term
Original Press Release:
Conveyors Feature Heat-Resistant Safety Strip
Option on PharmafillTM Conveyors Adds Extra Protection Inside Heat Tunnels
Wall, NJ: Conveyors in the PharmafillTM line from packaging machinery manufacturer Deitz Co., Wall, NJ (www.Deitzco.com), feature optional, heat-resistant safety strips for extra protection when set under heat shrink tunnels for tamper-evident banding and sleeve labeling. Devised to minimize the potential risk to the conveyor and to product in process due to constant exposure to high temperatures, the clever, heatresistant safety strips replace the standard, plastic wear strips with solid brass for its ability to dissipate heat, prevent bacterial growth and resist wear over the long term.
Ideal for use with heat tunnels using steam, radiant infrared or another heat source, the heat-resistant safety strips are set under an acetal, raised tabletop chain belt and span the length of the heat tunnel in either single or dual tracks. The modular conveyors are available in standard three- and six-foot sections plus one-foot increments to fit neatly under heat tunnels of nearly any length required and integrate easily with filling and packaging machinery from any manufacturer.
The conveyors with heat-resistant safety strips include a variable speed drive, adjustable guide rails, and leveling pads as standard. The sanitary conveyors are manufactured at the company's Wall, New Jersey headquarters and delivered with a full warranty ready to plug in and operate.
For more information, contact the sales staff, Deitz Co., Inc.; 1750 Route 34, PO Box 1108, Wall, NJ 07719 USA; 732.681.0200; Fax 732.681.8468; www.deitzco.com; email@example.com.
Paul Entin at 1.908.479.4231; firstname.lastname@example.org
Wayde Weisleder at 732-681-0200; email@example.com