Plastic Belt is USDA compliant for direct food contact.

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Model PWO500 modular plastic wire replacement belt features open hinge design that promotes abrasive release and cleanability. Belt provides product support as well as ample openings for drainage and airflow. Inverted funnel surface openings allow breading or debris to fall through instead of accumulating on belt. With ½ in. pitch and concave bottom surface, belt can run over ½ in. nose-bar for close end-off/end-on product transfers.



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KVP Introduces New PWO500 Modular Plastic Wire Replacement Belt


Reading, PA ­ KVP introduces their new PWO500 modular plastic wire replacement belt as the most advanced belt available for breading, cooling, enrobing, dewatering, depositing and general product transport.

The belt¹s revolutionary new features include an open hinge design that promotes outstanding abrasive release and cleanability in the hinge area. With a 53% open area, the PWO500 offers excellent product support as well as ample openings for both drainage and airflow. The inverted funnel surface openings allow breading or debris to fall through instead of accumulating on the belt. Because the PWO500 is a very small 1/2" pitch belt with a concave bottom surface, it can efficiently run over a 1/2" nose-bar for close end-off/end-on product transfers.

The belt¹s versatile modular construction greatly simplifies installation and maintenance, while the plastic material eliminates safety hazards and the potential of metal debris contamination of products. It is also USDA-compliant for direct food contact in meat and poultry processing applications.

For further information, or to receive a free KVP product catalog, call (800) 445-7898 or visit the Company¹s web site at www.kvpfalcon.com.

KVP was established in 1972 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Summa Industries ­ a publicly held company whose shares are traded on the NASDAQ national market under the symbol of SUMX. Summa Industries (www.summaindustries.com) manufactures proprietary engineered plastic products for a broad spectrum of industrial and commercial markets. The Company has over 900 employees at twelve manufacturing facilities located throughout the United States.

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