Interroll Provides Rollers For Food Processing Industry

  • September 12, 2003
  • News
WILMINGTON, N.C. (September 12, 2003) – Serving the food processing and food handling industries, Interroll Corp. now provides the 1700 Series conveyor roller. The roller is designed with special labyrinth seals molded to eject water in areas where washdown is a consideration. “Components used in food processing applications must adhere to very high standards of cleanliness in product handling,” said Conveyor Components Product Manager, Kim Hagan. “Interroll has built upon its superior conveyor roller design to make it durable enough to withstand the harsh conditions of food processing and damp, humid environments.” 1700 Series rollers are manufactured with a variety of tube choices – stainless steel and PVC being used most often in food applications. Its stainless steel bearings offer corrosion resistance (also offered in commercial and precision bearings), while hexagonal shafts enable quick-installation and retrofitting. 1700 Series food rollers are ideal for both gravity and powered applications as well as accompaniment to motor drives. 1700 Series rollers for food processing are available in 1.9² diameter (stainless steel), 2.50² and 3.50² diameter (PVC) and a variety of lengths. Additionally, shafts are available in steel and stainless steel in .437² hex and .500² round with a variety of configurations. For more information about Interroll’s 1700 Series rollers call 1-800-830-9680, or fax 910-799-9646 or visit A world leader in materials handling technology, Interroll manufactures a broad range of high-quality innovative conveyor components. Products include a wide variety of rollers, DC-powered roller drives, and AC-powered belt drives. With locations in more than 20 countries worldwide, Interroll provides material handling solutions to numerous industries including: parcel handling, warehousing & distribution, food processing, packaging machinery, airport security, baggage handling, beverage, pharmaceutical, electronics, and automobile.

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