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Hygienically designed conveyor helps minimise downtime

11 February 2018

Millitec has introduced the Hygienic Transfer Conveyor (HTC) which is said to offer a good combination of efficiency and hygiene. 

The conveyor features a low-maintenance design to help improve productivity and minimise downtime. Belts can be cleaned and changed quickly, and the conveyor includes features such as the hygienic door lock and hygienic sealed gasket which combine to reduce the risk of product contamination.

The conveyor can be added to manual or automated lines and is available in a variety of sizes.


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