2/6/2008

Stainless Steel Belts Designed For Durability

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According to manufacturer Toellner, its stainless steel belted conveyor systems are designed for durability, and they have been built with challenging, heavy and obtrusive parts in mind. The units are available in virtually any length and have a width ranging from 2" to more than 12". Different widths and speeds are also available.

 

The systems are modular and can be configured into many different shapes. They run off standard 110 VAC, are chain driven and have a built-in safety torque limiter.

 

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