Tag: Food Processing Conveyors

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New Sanitary Accessories Add Functionality to Dorner Conveyors

Dorner is enhancing the functionality of its AquaPruf and AquaGard sanitary conveyor platforms with the addition of two new accessories: infeed chutes and incline hoppers. Both, infeed chutes and incline hoppers, are ideal for all bulk handling applications where items are being fed onto the conveyor. For cleaning, simply rotate the chutes and hoppers away from the conveyor for access to the belt and frame.… Read more »

AquaGard 7400 Curve

Packaged Cheese Conveyor Solution

On a recent project with a world-leading natural, high-protein whey and cheese production plant we were put to the challenge of moving 45-pound blocks of cheese out of the processing stage to the final packaging stage. As the process ran originally, the blocks of cheese entered a large refrigerated storage unit in a first-in-last-out (FILO) orientation. To ensure… Read more »

Pet Food Packaging Belt Conveyor System

Recently, a prominent producer of pet food came to Dorner with a specific goal: move their product from a processing machine to a bagging machine for packaging.  Since the pieces of pet food were small, they needed a way to convey the product from various elevations without transfers to reduce the amount of product lost… Read more »

Internal Bearings, Flat-Side Frame Allows for Side Transfer Conveyor

Recently, a southern California private label dairy plant for a major supermarket retailer came to Dorner with the challenge of creating a side transfer conveyor to transfer small yogurt containers between two conveyors with the smallest gap possible. Since this was a food processing conveyor, the customer needed to use sanitary stainless steel AquaPruf 7400 Series… Read more »

Dorner Application Story – Confectionery Maintenance

-Problem Belt problems on the conveyors at Gertrude Hawk Chocolates were turning a sweet job into a bitter experience. The belts weren’t staying on track, resulting in fraying along the edges. Workers would take off the belts, trim the frayed edges, and try again. After a few cycles of this, the belts would have to be replaced. It… Read more »

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