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Food Conveyors Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of food conveyor manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top food conveyor manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any food conveyor company can design, engineer, and manufacture food conveyors to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach food conveyor companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of food conveyor belts, industrial conveyor food belts, and food conveyor systems.

  • Comstock Park, MI

    With all of our years in the conveyor market we have upheld only the best in customer service. Our researchers are committed to bringing only the latest and greatest in food conveyor technology. With our three principles of economy, versatility and dependability we are driven to provide the best possible product at the lowest possible price. We have friendly qualified staff standing by around the clock to answer your every question. Come visit our website or email us for more information today!

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  • Grand Rapids, MI

    We do food conveyors and we do them well! Our expert technicians work around the clock in order to come up with products that are both technologically advanced and also user friendly in order to better serve you. Our food conveyors will amaze you with their high levels of quality. As an experienced certified company you can count on us to provide only high quality customer service. Visit our website to learn more or email us today!

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  • Hartland, WI

    We do food conveyors and we do them well! Since our founding, we have been committed to ensuring that our customers are receiving the products that they need in the shortest turnaround times. Our research and development department works around the clock in order to keep our products on the leading edge of technological innovations at all times. To learn more about what we can do for you; visit our website today!

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  • Jonesboro, AR

    Conveyor system manufacturers, FMH® Conveyors makes telescopic and other belt conveyors, roller conveyors, accumulating conveyors plus gravity truck loading and unloading systems. Our conveyor systems are sturdy enough for all types of material handling, loading and unloading plus assembly lines.

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  • Glasgow, KY

    We are dedicated to providing food conveyors that the competition cannot hope to match! All of our products go through rigorous testing before leaving our facility to ensure that we are bringing you the best products possible. Our quality control team watches over these tests for even further quality assurance. Get in touch with our customer service department to receive more information on how to get started with us today!

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  • Belleville, NJ

    Our friendly staff is waiting to help you find exactly the product to fit your needs. We strive to keep quality customer service as the main goal of our industry. While carrying out these goals we hope to turn first time customers into life-long connections. Our products are sold worldwide and are available for you convenience whenever and wherever you need them. We will work with you all the way from designing this product on CAD all the way to complete installation and startup.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Chocolate and Conveyors: How Chocolate is Made

Chocolate is one of my favorite things in the world. I love nearly any kind of chocolate, from barely sweet to creamy white chocolate. Until recently, I never really thought about how chocolate arrives at my door. Even though I knew millions of chocolate pieces were made each day, I never thought about how it could happen. The trick to making large quantities of chocolate in any factory is, like many other factory process, conveyor belts. Without these conveyance systems, making chocolate and other candies would take much longer, and... Read More

Flexlink: Design for Cleanliness and Efficiency

The event which hosted guests from the Swedish food industry started with a presentation how to manage bacterial growth, by Birgitta Bergström, a Microbiologist for Process hygiene from SIK, the Swedish Institute for Food and Biotechnology. In her presentation, she demonstrated the state of the art methods for cleaning and preventing the contamination of bacteria and pathogens. Birgitta Bergström presented the results of tests made at SIK on the cleaning of the new wide modular belt conveyor, WLX, which proved excellent, both with regards to the cleaning results and... Read More

Food Conveyors: What the Food Industry Needs

There are a couple characteristics that all food conveyors share regardless of the varying degrees of differences that may occur. One of the consistencies is the material used; it is almost always stainless steel because it is such an easy to clean and sanitary metal. Stainless steel is also incredibly strong and durable, withstanding corrosion from numerous sources and therefore making a reliable and long-lasting machine. Since food conveyors must be washed often and water can cause most metals to rust, the resistance of stainless steel is particularly important. Another... Read More

The Perks of Food Conveyors

There are many different kinds of conveyors with specific uses and functionality. There are some that go up and down, some that go along a very long track; some even go around like a Ferris wheel. There are some that have special purposes, like food handling conveyors. These conveyors are made specifically with food in mind and can be found constructed out of a variety of different materials from stainless steel to plastic and everything in between. Food conveyors are required to be cleaned thoroughly in order to avoid contamination.... Read More

Conveying Food Safety

What would the food industry be without conveyors? One could make an argument that the conveyor, in its most basic form, has played the most important role in bolstering the American economy. I don't think Henry Ford's assembly line could have maintained its efficiency over time had the conveyor not come into play in the modern American car factory. If you take a moment to think about where we see conveyors in food service we can easily list a few. We see them in sandwich shops, where little bread boats... Read More

Flexicon Releases Sanitary Flexi-Disc

BETHLEHEM, PA—A new FLEXI-DISC sanitary tubular cable conveyor for fragile bulk foods and non-foods, has debuted from Flexicon Corporation, allowing rapid wash down of the system between production runs. The sanitary conveyor moves bulk material using high-strength, one-piece polymer discs affixed to polymer-coated 304 or 316 stainless steel cable, that slide within smooth stainless steel tubing, moving fragile products gently, quietly and dust-free. Wet or dry cleaning accessories can be attached to the FLEXI-DISC cable rapidly for thorough sanitizing of the system.   The discs evacuate the conveyor... Read More

businessIndustry Information

Food Conveyors

Food conveyors are material transferring systems that are specifically designed for use in the food processing and beverage industries to handle both raw and cooked food items that are mass produced. They are used for both general product movement as well as packaging and distribution applications. Many different kinds of conveyors are found in food processing plants, including belt, chain, mesh model, straight, curved, modular, inclined and vertical.

Most if not all food conveyors are made of stainless steel for sanitation purposes, since stainless steel is approved by the FDA as a sanitary grade material. Stainless steel has a very smooth non-porous exterior, making it easy to clean and sterilize. To avoid contamination, food conveyors are washed down with power washers on a regular basis, and stainless steel is an incredibly corrosion-resistant metal that will not erode or rust when exposed to moisture. Food conveyors are capable of handling both raw and prepared food, including meats, dairy products, fruits and vegetables, candy, snack foods, and any other food that is mass produced. They are vital components in a large system that may include cool rooms, freezers, sorting systems, wrapping, labeling and case packing systems.

All food conveyor systems are specifically designed not to pick up or trap any food, waste or water. They must meet strict regulations and standards put fourth by the FDA and CE. They are almost always automated and are equipped with robotic arms that sort food, automatic weight scales and metal detectors for food quality inspection. Employees often work alongside the conveyors in order to help sort and manage the food for quality assurance. Endless belting without any lacing and a troughed belt are design features that can be used to prevent the trapping of food, which could lead to contamination or system complications and more maintenance. Since food conveyors are cleaned on a regular basis, many can be disassembled and put back together quickly, simply and without using any tools. The components are often welded together to eliminate small parts like fasteners. The most common conveyor design found in food and beverage facilities are vertical conveyors, which are used to move products or materials up or down. They help move food to different floors and levels, as well as continuous conveying, which is often needed in food applications.


Food Conveyors
Food Conveyors - Flexicon Corporation