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Woven belts, especially of the truly endless type, have a very unique way of behaving whilst in use. Because they have a woven construction and are predominantly made from high proportions of natural fibres (cotton/flax), they have a natural tendency to change over time during use as they adapt to their operating conditions. Whilst this is perfectly normal and should be expected, it can present certain challenges which mean that the successful running of the belt can be dependant on the level of skill and experience of the line operators.
Improving output, minimising product waste, eliminating down-time and reducing running costs are all key priorities for engineers, maintenance and production managers of busy plant bakeries. With our technical support and consultative approach we will work with you to ensure that you get maximum efficiency from your endless extraction webs.
Long lasting belts
Easy to install, use and maintain
Effective extraction and transfer
Deliver a consistent, well-shaped dough form to the next process belt
The following cases studies show how effective use of our belts can lead to significant processing improvements, efficiency gains and cost savings:
The customer felt that the existing belt set-up was becoming a burden and asked the Arville team for their input on any general improvements that could be made.
The customer was looking for ways to reduce product waste caused by incorrectly formed or incomplete biscuits. Reject rates from internal quality controls were high and the extra production time taken was having a knock-on effect, delaying other work scheduled to go through the plant.
The customer required a way of visually marking the belt in an acceptable way so that it could be quickly and easily identified both on-the-shelf in stores and when fitted on the line by the line operators, engineers, line mangers or any temporary staff employed within the bakery who may not have had the same level of experience or training as other staff.