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Highly Sanitary & Safe Conveying

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Meyer Industries, Inc. takes sanitation seriously. Meyer offers a number of highly sanitary equipment solutions that are easy to clean, minimizing the chance of cross-contamination.

While food allergies are not new, outdated technology still lingers in food processing and bulk material handling factories. Meyer has worked to design technology to meet the sanitation needs of food handling equipment with products including:

  • Vibra-Flex II Vibratory Conveyors
  • Magna Weigh Feeder
  • Sanitary Belt Conveyors

Meyer’s Vibra-Flex II features a low maintenance design for a multitude of applications including: screening, dewatering, feeding, laning, grading and spreading, while simultaneously conveying. Its simple design makes the Vibra-Flex II reliable and highly sanitary in addition to being efficient.

Combining simplicity and cleanliness of a vibratory feeder with weighing capabilities, Meyer’s Magna Weigh offers the most sanitary solution for continuous in-line weighing applications.

Sanitary Belt Conveyors boast a highly sanitary construction, resulting in a reduced clean up time more effectively meeting the zero contamination needs of the food processing industry.

In addition to being highly sanitary, all Meyer equipment is highly customizable and can be designed to meet the specific needs of your application. Contact us today to learn more about our sanitary equipment options.



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Guest Tuesday, 23 April 2019