You want a minimal loss of space and transport your products efficiently and hygienically up or down? Then the FD JP Spiral is the ideal Spiral Conveyor.
The belt: the Advantage 200-is a strong plastic belt with stainless steel open panels so it is easy to clean. The belt includes friction inserts for solid and smooth up and down transportation of products such as frozen items. Our belts are one of the few in the world who are certified by NSF and USDA. The ultimate guarantee that you are buying the best quality.
The back of the belt consists of bearings which ensures a very low friction coefficient. Because of that, lubrication is not required and the belt is durable and hardwearing. The stainless steel frame is strong and our engineers can design the JP FD Conveyor entirely to your needs. The straight in- and output provides the perfect connection. JP FD Spiral Conveyor is especially designed for the food industry and very suitable for cooling and freezing applications. More information or questions about these “high level Spiral Conveyor”
please contact Jonge Poerink Conveyors.
|Belt:||Acetal (POM) panels, Stainless-steel rods, PA6 (Nylon) anti-slide|
|Minimum belt width:||254 mm (10”)|
|Belt pitch:||50.8 mm (2.0”)|
|Belt thicknness:||14.3 mm|
|Rod diameter:||6 mm|
|Turn ratio IR/BW, IR = inside radius, BW = Belt width:||minimum 1.5|
|Frame material:||Stainless steel|
|Drive method:||Sprockets (positive driven)|
|Standard Sprockets:||Teeth, pitch diameter (mm), 10 teeth, 164.3 mm, 13 teeth, 212.3mm|
|Temperature range:||-45°C to + 80°C|
|Belt speed up to:||25 m / min|
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