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HighGrip Forbo Siegling coatings take a firm hold

Published 29 June 2012 | By Forbo

Forbo Movement Systems offer grip-enhanced belts for superb quality conveying in the food industry.

When products need picking up with pinpoint accuracy or at steep inclines, too little grip can disrupt processes. Forbo Siegling's
High Grip coatings are the answer. Gently but firmly they take hold of and release goods at precisely the right times.


These good-value options with excellent properties are the new alternatives to rubber or silicone coatings. Particularly when good grip, exact positioning, high levels of acceleration, or heavy braking are concerned. For example in inclined conveying of confectionery, in slicers or on check-weighers and X-ray equipment.

The High Grip coatings are obtainable for a wide variety of different conveyor and power transmission belts and for a range of special applications - some Siegling Transilon types are even available up to widths of five metres. They are also FDA- and EU-compliant for conveying unpackaged food.