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Material-handling solutions for hygienic applications

03 August 2022

Interroll has expanded its conveyor solutions range with the launch of new platform technologies that meet stringent hygienic requirements. 



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The new Modular Hygienic Platform (MHP) will now also make available flexibly applicable modular solutions based on the principles of hygienic product design. This makes it possible to improve food safety and shelf life – while at the same time optimising energy and operational efficiency. 

The innovation offensive in this area is being launched with the Special Hygienic Conveyor (SHC) and the Ultra Hygienic Transfer (UHT).

The new SHC, for example, makes the added value offered by the Modular Conveyor Platform (MCP) available to system integrators and users who have to meet particularly demanding hygiene requirements. This means that highly efficient, zero-pressure- accumulation material flows can now be implemented in work processes, which until now have usually been used only in modern parcel centres or other distribution facilities. 

The decentralised drive concept used in the conveyor is said to save up to 50% energy in start-stop operation alone compared to centralised drive solutions that run continuously. 

The SHC platform is manufactured on the basis of a stainless-steel construction and is characterised by the fact that its design allows cleaning liquids to drain off unhindered. The SHC platform includes both roller and belt conveyors, and all components of these conveyors, including electrical products such as RollerDrive and corresponding controls (IP 55 MultiControl), are certified to at least IP 55 and protected against splashing water, so that simple cleaning operations can be carried out and no liquid residues remain in the conveyor afterward that could lead to business-critical functional or hygiene impairments.


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