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New motion controllers for Industrial Conveying’s spiral heaters/chillers

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The baking and general food processing industries can increase productivity in an efficient way through precisely marrying time gaps between the heating/chilling sequence, packaging stations and the loading/dispatch areas.

Industrial Conveying  (Aust) have added a new dimension to its new spiral heaters/chillers to achieve this aim - a precise motion control to suit the application.

Motion controllers allow these precise speeds for different rates of heating and chilling required by different food products and cooking sequences.

Strategically instituted, a control system ensures spiral heaters/chillers aid product delivery to time suitably with packaging and trucking schedules.

With this level of organisation and timing, packaged stock can then be pre-arranged in loads that suit the specific space on the trucks used.

Industrial Conveying’s spiral heaters/chillers allow a efficient use of vertical space without sacrificing horizontal travel length or speeds.

In addition, the equipment can be used to hygienically and quickly transfer product between floors using only a small amount of floor space.

Spiral chiller’s ability to operate across a wide temperature band ensures that it performs well, carrying product in chilling and/or freezing processes – anything from a controlled, gradual temperature drop through to a sudden blast freeze.

This spiral conveyor is compact, reliable and has an applicability and efficiency in almost every food industry process including baking, glazing, cooling, setting, defrosting, dairy, dehumidifying, chilling and freezing.

Facilitating continuous product flow, Industrial Conveying spiral heaters/chillers allow precise set-up of travel speeds, so that each unit of product arrives at the appropriate manufacturing process at exactly the right temperature and physical condition.

Operating environments can be in temperatures as low as -40ºC. It also works efficiently across the entire humidity spectrum – from completely saturated environment to that of low humidity. When required, stainless units can be given hygienic wash downs.

Designed to carry product between floors and machines, these units have a controlled slope for smooth transfer, are designed to suit individual products, can be assembled on site, can be gravity or powered systems, and are suitable for inline accumulation.

Modular in design, the system is quickly and easily installed regardless of the shape and size of premises.

Units can join together for long holding time if the application requires this. At all times, a first-in first-out configuration is possible. This allows different product to run at different speeds for different running times.

If required, stainless units can be fitted to achieve hygienic wash downs.

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