Rod network belts are characterised by their precise, maintenance-free belt run and small transfer radii. They are capable of reliably transporting even small products and seamlessly transferring them to downstream machines. The open mesh structure permits unobstructed, hygienic passage of liquids, heat, cold or air.
1.1211 spring steel wire, type DH (AISI 1060):
Used when there are no demands in terms of corrosion resistance, e.g. with chocolate enrobing machines. Temperature range from -10° C to +70° C. Available wire diameters: 0.90 / 1.00 / 1.25 / 1.40 / 1.60 / 1.80 mm
1.4310 stainless steel wire (AISI 302):
Used where corrosion resistance under normal conditions is desirable, e.g. in the fish and meat industry. Temperature range from -50° C to +250° C. Available wire diameters: 1.00 / 1.25 / 1.40 / 1.60 / 1.80 / 2.00 / 2.35 / 2.80 mm. Approved for use in food processing per VO EG 1935/2004
K2390 stainless steel wire:
Used if a high level of corrosion resistance is required, e.g. with fruit acids. Temperature range from -80° C to +280° C. Available wire diameters: 1.00 / 1.25 / 1.40 / 1.60 / 1.80 / 2.35 mm. Approved for use in food processing per VO EC 1935/2004.
All wires high-gloss polished: Reduction of product adhesion to smooth surface due to low-impact wire processing.