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Habasit Rossi has extended its range of Habaflow conveyor and processing belts to include three new products, developed specifically to improve food processing efficiency.

Designed for direct food use, especially in the meat, cheese and dairy industries, the new WVT-166 features a blue thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) textile construction. The complete TPU impregnation eliminates the need for edge seal, which can be used to combat the risk of fibre loss on standard textile conveyor belts. The negative rhomboid emboss on the TPU running side of the belt makes it more hygienic than its fabric counterparts.

The new WVT-169 felt topped material has been developed with a TPU inner layer to offer enhanced performance and a superior life span. The belt, which has been designed for bakery applications, offers improved tracking control, reduced tensioning after initial running and efficient product release. The WVT-169 can be supplied with the EU10 edge seal system in blue or white used to combat edge fray and fibre contamination within raw product.

Primarily designed as a check-weigh belt for the food industry, Habasit's new FMT-02TCXXC can also be utilised in varied packaging applications.

This abrasion-resistant monolithic belt features a rough textile finish on both sides to allow for easy release and grip where required. The TPU construction offers elasticity and flexibility in all directions make the belt especially suitable for use with small pulley diameters and applications where oils and fats are present.

Habasit Group: 0844 835 9555

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