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Conveyor lines are an integral part of any food processing operation, with companies in the industry quite literally running on them. In the following post, we take a look at the comprehensive range of lines available from Wrightfield.

Wrightfield in Focus

Wrightfield is a company that has more than 20 years’ experience in the food manufacturing and processing industry. We have our own 26,000 square foot facility located in Suffolk, England, in which we carry out all design and manufacturing processes in house. By carrying out processes in house, this allows us to ensure that our extremely high levels of quality and hygiene are met at all times, as well as allowing us to maximise efficiency and cost effectiveness. We offer a complete range of lines, as we discuss next.

Wrightfield Conveyor Lines

The modular belt is a flexible line that is able to facilitate the conveyance of products and materials through helical, horizontal and inclined paths. The low maintenance belt is made from FDA approved materials and available in lengths and widths to suit all applications.

Wrightfield Conveyor Systems Chicken Debone

The polyurethane belt (often abbreviated to PU belt) is one of the most durable conveyor lines that we produce. The belt is resistant to liquids, such as grease, oil and water. Moreover, the conveyance solution is able to withstand the rigours of industrial strength cleaning. Its highly resistant properties help to make the belt an ideal candidate for the food processing and production industries.

With an extremely flexible hinge design, the slat belt is able to handle complex loops and tight corners. The belt can also be used for overhead conveying. These are attributes that make the slat belt a good fit for facilities in which space is at a premium. This variety of belt is most commonly used with smaller, lighter duty items.

Find Out More About Conveyors

Click on the following link to find out more about conveyors or this link for information on other stainless steel equipment manufactured by Wrightfield.

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