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Hayo Binken, Welwaij Belting:

New generation PU Needle Belt ideal for optical sorting machines”

During the Interpom|Primeurs, Wellwaij Belting introduced the new generation PU Needle Belt. “We developed this one especially for the transport of vulnerable products. This is suitable for optical sorting machines in particular. The flexible needles ensure a soft landing, safe transport, and a good positioning. The products are directly at the right position after the fall and remain there during transport, reducing the risk of damage. The conical shape of the PU needles makes them stronger and more product friendly,” says Hayo Binken. The blue needle belt is developed in accordance with FDA and EU requirements and available in almost every size. 

Since 1993, Wellwaij Belting has been producing plastic transport and processing belts for machine factories in various branches, including potatoes, vegetables, and fruit. The past few years, all activities have grown significantly. Because of this, the building has been expanded with 2,500 square metres. The company from Wormer is employing 70 people. “Creativity is the main thread for development of our transport belts. We develop all of them in direct management, but it is in consultation with the machine builders and end users,” Hayo concludes. 

Hayo and colleague during the Interpom|Primeurs in Kortrijk. 

For more information:
Wellwaij Belting
Bordwalserstraat 6
1531 RK Wormer (Netherlands)
Tel: 075 – 631 39 17
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