Jonge Poerink Conveyors

JP Link

JP Link conveyor
JP Link conveyor
JP Link conveyor

JP Link

The flexible JP Link of Jonge Poerink: the long efficient conveyor in every production environment.

Long, horizontal, upward or downward, multiple curves, oval spirals: JP Link takes them smoothly and reliably with minimal or no transfers. Damage to, packaged or unpackaged products is prevented. In addition, the JP Link system replaces a trouble-free multi-driven transport units and expencive curveconveyors The belt with a hygienic design is driven in an efficient manner on the side so the force is reduced to zero. This makes the JP Link a strong conveyor and we can offer the JP Link with extra-long belt length.

– Hygienic
– Flexible
– Multifunctional
– Small inner radius

Specifications

Belt material: Panels: Polyacetal (white, blue, black. Rods: Stainless Steel
Frame material: Mild steel or Stainless Steel
Frame finish: Stainless Steel K304 or RAL color painted (option)
Sprocket material: Stainless Steel
Available belt width: 400 to 1400 mm
Turn radius: Max. 1.3x belt width
Max. belt speed: 60 m/min
Allowed belt tension: 300 kg in curve / 600 kg straight
Drive method: Sprockets (positive driven, both sides)

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