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The Ultimate in Belting Hygiene

June 23
12:00 2015

EneJuly2015When considering food safety in terms of production, the critical component of any conveyor is the belt. The prime challenge is to use a conveying medium that takes hygiene to its practical limit. ENE Ltd, Ireland’s leading food conveyor manufacturer, is familiar with the challenge and has discovered a belting solution that leaps over the heads of all other belt solutions.

ENE Ltd is the exclusive UK and Ireland distributor for the Mafdel range of hygienic PositiveBelt and Deldrive belts. It is no accident that ENE Ltd frequently fits these cutting edge belts to many of its own products. Mafdel solid belts do not have the plies, threads, joins, or cracks that harbour dangerous bacteria or contaminants. The Deldrive and Positivebelts are constructed of solid Polyurethane or Polyester which is durable and easy to maintain. All Mafdel products come with complete EU certification for both material and product.

A significant feature is that the Deldrive product will retrofit most existing modular conveyors with only a change of sprockets required. For further information contact ENE Ltd on 02840 622215, email sales@eneconveyors.com  or visit www.eneconveyors.com.

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