Enmin says its Mi-Con modular conveyor is the first ever hygienically designed full wash-down system to offer multiple standardised components.

It can be delivered partially or fully complete for quicker installation and commissioning, and is available in Plus, Mini and Reversing models.

Other Enmin conveyors include Accumulation, Bag Flattening and Compaction models.

Accumulation Conveyors serve two prime functions: the bulk storage of product and having the ability to slowly meter the product into subsequent handling operations.

Incorporating the Bag Flattening Conveyor into the conveyor line automatically shapes the filled bag using Enmin’s controlled vibration and pressure action while the Bag Compaction Conveyer helps with shaping and conditioning. 

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