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Rydell Industrial (Belting) Co recommends uni plastic spiral belting over metal

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The Uni-chains-Ammeraal Modular Belting Division has over 20 years experience with plastic spiral belting, and now Rydell Industrial (Belting) Co has formed a dedicated National Spiral Belt Team to engineer the retrofitment of steel and plastic spiral belts in bakery, food and allied industries.

Retrofitting a current spiral system or ordering a new system with a Uni Modular Plastic Spiral Belt, can: 

  • stop belt metal wear debris and steel lubricant contamination of products
  • end stainless steel blackening of your products
  • boost product yields with non-stick FDA/USDA direct contact plastic belt surfaces
  • increase product throughput through greater loading capacity of lighter, stronger belts
  • improve the product’s support, orientation, air flow and drainage through multiple belt surface configurations and accessories
  • reduce spiral down time through reduced system wear, lower belt tension, significantly less ice and frost build up, and quick, through belt clean-ability.
Plastic spiral belting can also cut back maintenance time by:
  • eliminating steel belt run in time, lubrication and periodic fatigue cycle “flipping”
  • ending periodic wear strip and cage bar replacements
  • eliminating steel belt cutting, grinding and welding.
Rydell Industrial (Belting) Co is an Australian owned company with its own office and workshops that provide coverage throughout Australia. Uni-chain assembly and stock is held in close proximity to customers, which offers clients a 24/7 local service with on site engineering consultation in the selection of the correct products for every application, including Spiral Belt Systems.

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