HiflexDrive

20 September 2021

Gear Motors HiflexDRIVE

Cool and clean HiflexDRIVE eliminates the heat dissipation challenges of hygienic motors

It is critical that any equipment operating on a food and beverage production line is designed to hygienic criteria. This includes motors driving conveyors. However, the features required to achieve a hygienic motor design can present heat dissipation challenges that can affect the reliability of induction units and threaten uptime.

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25 June 2020

HACCP Risk Factors

Specifying geared motors to reduce HACCP risk factors

Geared motors are found throughout food and beverage production sites, used to drive conveyor belts, stirrers & agitators, packaging machinery and other equipment along the production line. The geared motor design lends itself to energy efficiency and reliability, a must for any modern production facility. However, the food & beverage industry also requires strict hygiene compliance, meaning that specialised geared motors are a wise choice for such facilities.

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11 June 2020

Bauer Stainless Steel HiflexDRIVEs

Bauer Gear Motor Stainless Steel HiflexDRIVEs are Specially Designed for Washdown Applications

The stainless steel HiflexDRIVE design eliminates hygiene risks due to a highly suitable and sustainable design in areas that require routine intensive cleaning. The motor does not require a cooling fan or ribs, allowing for a completely smooth outer casing with a sealed non-drive end.

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09 March 2020

Cheese Curd Processing Line

Bauer Stainless Steel HiflexDRIVE for Cheese Curd Processing Lines

Rücker GmbH, one of Europe’s leading dairy producers, required an upgraded aseptic geared motor drive solution for a coagulator used for cheese curd processing. The 60 meter long machine features several stirrers that keep milk moving as the whey is removed from the curd.

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13 May 2019

Cabbage Coring Machine

Bauer Stainless Steel HiflexDRIVE for Cabbage Coring Machine

A leading manufacturer of food processing equipment needed a robust drive solution that could withstand frequent washdowns for use on a cabbage coring machine. The machine features a 48" diameter, 275 lb. stainless steel indexing table that rotates 60 degrees in 2 seconds to position a head of cabbage under the coring fixture, pauses for 5 seconds for the coring operation, then repeats.

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