<p><span>System Plast<sup>®</sup> modular bearing assemblies are available for harsh wash down environments often found in food and beverage processing. Units consist of sealed and lubricated inch and metric bearings contained within a variety of housing materials, styles and options with optional end caps and back seals.</span></p>
The System Plast<sup>®</sup> brand is a global leader in high-quality steel & plastic flat top conveyor chains, modular plastic belts, and industry-leading ValuGuide<sup>®</sup> conveying components. Applications of our products include food & beverage packaging, package handling and other unit material handling.
iCOF<sup>®</sup> Condition Monitoring
The iCOF® condition monitoring device helps monitor the condition of a bottling or canning line by continuously measuring the coefficient of friction, independently from operator intervention.
ModSort® Divert & Transfer Module
Our System Plast® ModSort® divert & transfer module is a low-noise, low voltage modular transfer/diverter station. It can easily integrate with new or existing systems, eliminating the need for a lift, pneumatics, or Z-direction position feedback devices.
Nolu<sup>®</sup> Conveyor Components
System Plast® neck guides allow PET containers to flow smoothly in high speed, air conveying applications. Nolu-SR™ material is a proprietary blend of UHMW and other USDA accepted lubricants. Nolu-SR™ material allows for a harder, lower friction material that is ideal in these applications. Though designs differ, the material of choice is Nolu-SR™. This material is proven to increase throughput, reduce jams and wear longer.
ValuGuide® products provide excellent problem solutions. They are used in areas on a conveying line where containers have trouble moving smoothly. These areas cause products to crown together or jam. The dense patterns of free moving beads or rollers create a durable low friction guiding surface. The free rolling action does not allow the product to create any friction points or bridges, which can cause unwanted shutdowns.