Dorner sanitary conveyors meet the demanding needs of the food industryNovember 21, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Dorner’s AquaGard and AquaPruf lines of stainless steel, sanitary conveyors are the ideal choice for food industry applications. Available in Canada from Wecon Systems, these innovative conveyors feature a hygienic design for fast and effective cleaning, whether an occasional wipe down or a frequent high-pressure wash down is required.
A reliable lineup
AquaGard and AquaPruf conveyors are available in flat belt and cleated belt designs, as well as z-configurations with angles up to 60 degrees, and curved designs from 45 to 180 degrees. Both are constructed of TIG welded stainless steel with belt and plastic chain. All materials used are FDA approved.
The AquaGard models are ideal for sanitary applications that require a low pressure wash of up to 100 psi, and mild chemical resistance. These conveyors can also be BISSC certified.
AquaPruf conveyors, on the other hand, are suitable for both wash-down and sanitary environments. They are designed for high-pressure wash downs up to 1,500 psi and offer chemical resistance. These conveyors are also available to meet AMI standards, and with USDA red meat and poultry accepted equipment certification.
A reliable solutions provider
Dorner’s lineup of sanitary conveyors is designed to meet the precise requirements of the bakery, confection, snack and prepared foods and protein markets with confidence and reliability. Wecon can provide these conveyors to customers with that same confidence and reliability thanks to its expertise in conveyor system design and installation, from single conveyor units to multimillion-dollar systems. Working with Wecon as a solutions provider gives customers access to the company’s seasoned application specialists, project managers, designers and programmers, and its range of services — concept and design, needs analysis, systems integration, turnkey solutions, manufacturing and fabricating, preventative maintenance, service and installation.
“We don’t just sell the equipment. We take on the responsibility of making sure the solution works right,” explains Will Egerton, the company’s owner.
This means developing the correct concept, selecting the right equipment and professionally installing it, while remaining within budget and on schedule.
To learn more, contact Wecon Systems.