In addition to moving products with a max. diameter of 220 mm from the filling-clipping area to another processing zone, this conveying belt can also exert a double compression on the filled product to give it the traditional squeezed shape.
The automation of the filled product pressing, so far traditionally carried out manually, dramatically reduces the operator’s strain and enables the homogeneity of the product compression.
In fact, our NAS-P conveying belt is equipped with two independent pressing stations with pneumatic drive, used to exert a gradual and stable compression onto the filled product.
The belt speed and the pressure exerted by the two pressing stations are adjustable according to customer’s production requirements.
The width of the conveying belt can be customized and the two pressing stations can be retracted, if the pressing operation is not necessary.
Completely built in stainless steel and non-toxic materials, the NASP-P conveying belt can press filled products of different lengths (up to 900 mm) and compress products of 180 mm diameter to 70mm.
|Scarica brochure: MODULAR CONVEYING BELT MODEL NAS-P|
Production versatility, customisation and the excellent quality-price ratio make the conveying system of SALA TECHOLOGY an extremely appealing production tool not only for small craft companies, but also for medium and large sized enterprises.
• User-friendly and of easy maintenance
• The conveying belt is in FLEXAM EM 10/2, FDA certified; its light blue colour enables you to detect immediately possible product contamination
• Dual controls for belt start and stop
Machine technical data
• Stainless steel tubular construction of 3mm thickness
• The belt speed can be adjusted by means of a potentiometer
• Stainless steel safety grid on the pressing stations to protect the operator’s hands
• Dual controls: Operating, stop and emergency stop
• Switch box in AISI 304 IP IP67
• Encased motor and gear motors
• Gear motor KW 1.5 IP66
• Self-propelled belt complete of two fixed wheels and two castors with break