Vibratory equipment manufacturer Enmin has introduced a new range of electromagnetic drives with Teflon coating for greater cathodic protection. The coating helps eliminate surface rust, making it the ideal surface finish for a food environment.

“For harsh cleaning and washdown environments within the food industry, our new Teflon coated drives are the perfect solution,” said Enmin general manager Anthony Gallaher.

Enmin’s electromagnetic drives offer a custom handling method for controlling the flow of product, parts and bulk materials. Products can be screened, sized, or accurately metered to ensure a smooth, uniform and fully variable flow.

“We strive to build reliable and durable equipment that can cope with the toughest environments. Our drives are no exception, and with minimal moving parts provide years of trouble-free operation. Their low maintenance and energy use ensure reliable, low-cost product handling.”

Packaging News

In the APPMA’s free Digital Lunchtime Series, starting tomorrow a panel of industry experts from AMGC, APCO, Ai Group, and Detmold Group will dissect the topic Manufacturing: Adapting to the New Normal.

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