Driving a snack manufacturer's operations

Thursday, 05 May, 2022 | Supplied by: Enmin Pty Ltd

Canadian snack food company Inno Foods has used Teflon-coated drives from Enmin to increase the flow rate of its manufacturing operations.

Producing ‘free-from’, organic and vegan snack food products, Inno Foods sells its food around the world. The company was encountering issues with its drives, which were struggling to obtain a satisfactory flow rate.

Inno turned to Australian manufacturer Enmin to provide new drives. The manufacturer is known for its electromagnetic drives that can control the flow of products, parts and bulk materials. The construction of the drives means that products are screened, sized or accurately metered to allow for a smooth, uniform and fully variable flow.

In Inno’s case, Enmin’s Teflon-coated drives were able to offer the food manufacturer high durability in the snack food company’s washdown environment.

The Teflon is fully FDA approved; its 40 micron surface coating means that it does not suffer from the chipping that can occur on painted models, making it suitable for use on mobile equipment. The coating offers cathodic protection, which reduces surface rust and makes cleaning more efficient. Additionally, the Teflon coating is designed to offer increased longevity as well as low energy consumption.

Inno Foods has proceeded with the Teflon drive order and has stated that it may look at more orders in the future.

Online: www.enmin.com.au
Phone: 03 9800 6777
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