Description:Project is to design a conveyor system to transfer a range a products into a hydro-cooling bath, and then transfer the product through the bath and out the other end.
Attached is a some more notes of the project and images of the products.
The contents of the Pails and Bladder is hot Jams and Sources etc.
Currently we don't know the thickness of the bladders when fill of the products but we can find this out once we have awarded the project.
The attached files are only ideas from our customer, they would prefer to have the maximum time of immersion in the bath. Max floor space available is 8m, so as close to 8m of immersion would be ideal.
Someone that has done work with Hydro-cooling bath conveying or works for a company that builds this type of equipment will be a great help.
Please let us know if you require more information from us before taking on this project.
Wants:Designer must have some experience in designing and building conveyors
File Size Limit:3 MB - 4.9 MB
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