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Grid Belt Conveyors

NERAK’s grid belt conveyors have many applications but are predominantly used for unvulcanized rubber cooling lines. Two or more NERAK rubber block chains are connected by polyester rods to form a continuous joint-free conveyor surface. NERAK’s open-grid design ensures that the product is evenly surrounded by the cooling agent. As the expert in industrial conveying equipment, NERAK makes grid belt conveyors that are ideal for immediate immersion and eliminate virtually any risk of damage to soft and sensitive profiles during the cooling line process.

NERAK grid belt conveyors are widely known throughout the world for:

  • Minimal noise, even when operating at high speeds
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Sturdy and reliable long-term operation
  • Customized lengths and widths
  • Optional plastic links for larger supporting surface

Our grid belt conveyors can be used for a wide variety of cooling line application:

Immersion cooling – Because it is both extremely effective and economical, water dip baths are the most commonly used cooling line system. NERAK’s unique design allows water to gently convey the material without having it float to the surface and also minimizes water consumption. 

Spray cooling – NERAK’s open-grid design allows the material to be evenly and thoroughly sprayed from both sides, even the supporting side. Spray cooling is especially good when space is limited.

Air cooling – Usually require much longer conveyor lines and are therefore rarely used for high-performance bar-grid conveyors. Air cooling line systems are more typically used as a secondary step downstream from the primary cooling process.

NERAK’s conveyor experts would be glad to talk with you about your industrial conveyor equipment needs. Contact your NERAK representative today.

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At the heart of every NERAK conveyor are the quiet, stretch-free Rubber Block Chains

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