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Rydell supplies steel and plastic slat top chains from Uni Chains

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Conveyor belts specialist, Rydell Industrial (Belting) Co offers a comprehensive range of steel and plastic slat top chains from Uni Chains.  

Uni steel slat top chains  

Suitable for industries that use glass bottles such as breweries, wine and beverage manufacturing, Uni steel slat top chains come in several variants including straight running, side flexing, with or without tabs, magnet chains and in special Uni Super Flex design.  

Strong and suitable for high speed applications, Uni steel chains are not affected by broken glass.  

Uni plastic slat top chains  

A lightweight yet strong and silent alternative to steel chains, Uni plastic slat top chains are used mainly in the food and packaging industry for conveying different kinds of containers.  

The Uni Super Flex tracking system is also available for plastic chains in addition to bevelled and tab chains for straight running, side flexing and inclined conveyors.  

Uni special plastic chains  

Uni special plastic chains, developed from the slat top chains include safety chains that prevent fingers and clothes from getting caught between the links. Chains with low backline pressure and accumulation rollers minimise product damage as do the side flexing ribbed chains.  

Uni plastic snap-on chains  

Suitable for the food processing industry, Uni snap-on chains are designed with overlapping flights assembled on special roller chains with extended pins for use in high speed applications where they reduce the noise level.  

Uni plastic flex chains  

Uni flex chains are highly flexible in several directions and some of them can be used in very small curves with turn discs, allowing construction of very compact conveyors.

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