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Equipment designer launches non-stick conveyor belt

Dynamic Conveyor Corporation: Belt topper offers new option for conveying sticky foods

US-based machinery manufacturer Dynamic Conveyor Corporation has launched a new conveyor belt top for the food industry, with a rough-textured surface to stop sticky foods from sticking to the material.

The company’s food conveyor line, DynaClean, is now available with a so-called “embedded diamond belting”. This has been designed to reduce food waste and loss when conveying a sticky food product, such as marinated meat or sweets, from one machine to another.

The company said its new belt option boasts a “superior release” of sticky food products as the diamond pattern is embedded on all surface areas.

In a statement on the new belts, Dynamic Conveyor Corporation said that, at first glance, its belts might appear like many others one would see inside a food manufacturing factory, but claimed there is a difference: the belts drive on sprockets and are not under any tension, which enables easy lifting for food conveyor cleaning and solving a problem commonly encountered with flat belts.

DynaClean's embedded diamond belt is easy to clean

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