New KleanTop Plastic Spiral Cage Belts

Regal Rexnord Corporation (NYSE: RRX), a global leader in the engineering and manufacturing of industrial powertrain solutions, electric motors and controls, power generation products and power transmission components, has launched its new Rexnord® 6400 Series KleanTop® Plastic Spiral Cage Belts for food manufacturers. The 6400 Series is ideal for customers who want to increase productivity while reducing system costs and food safety risks.

The new line features patented PowerKeyTM technology, delivering the strongest curve strength available in plastic spiral belting for maximum product throughput. In addition to the PowerKey, these modular spiral belts provide increased belt rigidity, allowing carry rails to be spaced 20% further apart, reducing system structural costs. The series features an open design for easy cleaning and sanitation, as well as a 45% open area, allowing for the appropriate balance of airflow and product support in food manufacturing applications.

6400 belts are easy to install and offer reduced maintenance and repair times. The plastic construction requires no cutting, welding or grinding to complete maintenance. Repair is fast and easy with no expensive tools necessary.

Modular Conveyor Belts Offer Increased Capacity

“For years, food manufacturers everywhere have trusted Regal Rexnord as a partner with proven expertise in plastic modular and metal spiral cage belts,” said Shelley Czerniak, Global Business Director – Conveying Food. “Today, Regal Rexnord is bringing this same expertise to plastic spiral cage belts with the Rexnord 6400 Series KleanTop® Belts. This lighter belt provides manufacturers the confidence to run wider, faster and longer to achieve greater productivity.”

The 6400 Series is developed specifically to benefit bakery, protein and ready-to-eat food manufacturers with proofing, cooling, refrigeration, freezing, buffering, accumulation, elevating and lowering applications.

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