Sanitary Conveyors are constructed of stainless steel.

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Designed for bakery, confection, snack, and prepared foods and protein markets, AquaPruf 7400 Series uses open hinge plastic chain, threadless belt tensioning system, and fully welded frame with no horizontal surfaces or lap joints. All bearings are located outside of product zone, and tip up tail and belt lifters facilitate access for cleaning. Product is available with anti-microbial belting and does not require tools for component removal.

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Dorner's New 7400 Series AquaPruf Stainless Steel Conveyors are Right on Target

HARTLAND, Wis., (Apr. 15, 2005) - Dorner's patented designs and construction techniques ensure that Dorner's newest series of sanitary conveyors will meet the needs of the bakery, confection, snack and prepared foods and protein markets with confidence and reliability.

After 18 months of customer research, thousands of hours spent building and testing prototypes and submitting them to key government agencies for approval, Dorner is proud to introduce it's AquaPruf 7400 Series conveyors.

The new 7400 Series conveyors address key issues within the marketplace, including sanitation, cost of ownership and safety. The 7400 Series, featuring welded stainless steel construction, will also boast a price point that is very competitive in the marketplace, backed by award-winning customer service and technical support.

The 7400 Series is also engineered to save time. With the ability to open the conveyor in seconds, it cleans up two times faster than the competition.

"Dorner is committed to providing our current and potential customers with products and services that address their diverse needs," said Gary Wemmert, director of marketing for Dorner Manufacturing. "Once again, we feel that our designs and construction place us at the forefront of this exciting marketplace."

"When we began designing the 7400 Series we listened closely to not only what the many Federal, State, third party and corporate organizations require, but also what industry engineers need," said Mike Hosch, director of engineering for Dorner. "We're confident that the 7400 Series can stand up to whatever the food, pharmaceutical and personal care markets can throw our way."

Key Features and Benefits of the 7400 Series include:
· Fully welded frame that eliminates the need for fasteners
· No horizontal surfaces or lap joints
· Location of all bearings outside of the product zone
· Open hinge plastic chain
· Threadless belt tensioning system
· Tip up tail and belt lifters for 100 percent accessibility in daily cleaning
· Optional anti-microbial belting
· Spindle designs that keep operators safe
· Tool-less removal of all conveyor components

For additional information on Dorner's new AquaPruf 7400 Series of conveyors, or to find out how Dorner can create a conveyor to fit your company's needs, visit their Web site at or call 1-800-397-8664.

Hartland, Wisconsin-based Dorner Manufacturing is a world leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of high-quality conveyors and related equipment. Since 1973, companies from around the world have turned to Dorner conveyors for greatly improved efficiency and productivity. For more information about products or company news, visit Dorner's Web site at or call 1-800-397-8664.

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