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The meat industry is a collective term for companies that ensure that consumers can consume meat. These include livestock farms, transporters, slaughterhouses, meat processors and large storage facilities where meat is kept at the best temperature.



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Fish and Seafood

Fish processing companies have to adapt themselves to increasingly stringent food safety and sustainability laws and regulations. We supply components for the processing and packaging process, which can help with this.




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The packaging industry embraces all activities where packaging materials are manufactured and packaged on a large scale for the food and non-food sectors. We ensure continuity in this production process and help save costs.




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Meat Substitutes

These products are on the rise. The term meat substitutes stands for more than just a replacement product for meat. The meat substitutes we now see in supermarkets provide iron and vitamin B12 in addition to a large amount of protein. 

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Timing belt set 285-L-150 + 6.5 mm for packaging machines
USP private label timing belt functions by friction. The timing belt consists of two combined parts, the timing belt (black) and the coating layer (blue). The black timing belt is made of neoprene and is complemented by a silicone coating. This silicone coating is less abrasion resistant due to the action of friction, on the other hand, there is more grip.The neoprene timing belt has a length of 723.9mm, a width of 38.1mm and has 76 teeth. The tooth pitch is carried out in a type L variant. This means that the tooth pitch has a standard dimension of 9.525 mm. The red coating has a hardness of 50 Shore-A.All coatings are applied as endless coverings, allowing the belts to run in both directions. In addition, polyurethane timing belts can be coated with the same materials.The silicone coating comes in different hardnesses. The most common hardnesses are 25, 30 and 50 Shore-A. A silicone coating primarily occurs in red and blue colors. The silicone coating is temperature resistant to 150 degrees Celsius and is easy to clean.
USP-ID: BAFO0096

€250.00*
Bizerba Printhead 65620170800 | 71021930000 (200 dpi) for thermal Bizerba label printer
USP private label 65620170800, 71021930000 (200 dpi) thermal print head that prints without ink or toner. The print heads print directly on thermal material, or by means of an ink ribbon on various materials. The ink ribbon is also called ThermoTransfer Ribbon (TTR) or Ribbon.Bizerba's thermal print head is an electronic component in which there are small pressure points (dots) or thermal resistors on a single line along the print head (the print strip). These dots can be electronically controlled and heated individually. The higher the number of dots, the better the print quality.The thermal print head is a sensitive part of a label printer. The printhead is a wear component, the service life of which depends, among other things, on the maintenance of the thermal printhead.In practice, contamination occurs on the printhead, which is easy to clean. This soiling often consists of thermal transferlink residue, glue and paper residue and other environmental dirt. In addition to causing lower print quality, contamination causes temperature deviations in the thermal print head. As a result, there is a chance of dot failure.Heat, cooling and mechanical pressure are the main reasons why thermal printheads wear out. The rapid heating and cooling of the dots, combined with the mechanical pressure on the passing paper or ink ribbon will cause the print head to wear. Depending on the age and time of use, the print head will print lighter, or certain dots will drop out resulting in ultimately inferior quality prints.Types of printheadsThe printhead variants are distinguished by the placement of the heating elements:Flat-Head PrintheadsHere the heating elements are located at a distance of a few millimeters from the edge of the carrier plate. The print ribbon and the print medium run parallel for a short time and are separated with delay. These printheads are especially suitable for roll printing.True-edge printheadsHere the heating elements are not located on the carrier plate, but on the thin head side. These printheads can be adjusted in height and are therefore particularly suitable for printing on rigid materials.Near-Edge PrintheadsHere the heating elements are located directly at the edge of the carrier plate and the printhead is angled. The printing ribbon and the printing medium are separated more quickly, which increases the demands on the printing ribbons. However, higher print speeds can be achieved with this than with flat-head printheads.
USP-ID: PRPK0161

€185.00*
Only 2 available
Set of 6 carbon vanes 518943 (85x47x4 mm) for Elmo Rietschle vacuum pumps
USP private label vane replacement kit with 6 high quality carbon vanes. The carbon rotor blades have a length of 85 mm, width of 47 mm and thickness of 4 mm.These carbon vanes or blades are extremely suitable as vane material for dry running vacuum pumps and compressors without oil. With this, the best performance is achieved from the machine. Carbon vanes can be universal, making the parts fit into different pumps and suitable for different brands. Article number 518943 is suitable for Elmo Rietschle vacuum pumps. This is original manufacturer (original equipment manufacturers).Vanes are rotating discs that allow the creation of suction for the removal of air molecules from a vessel, machine or a specific area. These components are widely used for the food, pharmaceutical and medical industries. A rotary vane vacuum pump operates on a positive displacement pumping principle. It consists of a rotor, which is mounted in a cylindrical housing.Its operation is highly dependent on the environment in which it is rotating. A wet, dirty, very hot or cold environment affects the life of the carbon vanes, which are incorporated in dry-running vacuum pumps.
USP-ID: VAVA0160H

€62.64*
Timing belt set 50-T10-920 + 3 mm for Aquarius packaging machines
USP private label timing belt set functions by vacuum. The drive belt consists of two combined parts, the timing belt (red/orange) and the coating layer (blue). The red/orange timing belt is made of polyurethane and is completed with a silicone coating. This silicone coating is wear resistant due to the action of vacuum, but on the other hand it provides more grip.The polyurethane timing belt has a length of 920 mm, a width of 50 mm and has 92 teeth. The tooth pitch is implemented in a type T variant. This means that the tooth pitch has a standard dimension of 10 mm. The blue coating has a hardness of 50 Shore-A.All coatings are applied as endless coverings, allowing the belts to run in both directions. In addition, polyurethane timing belts can be coated with the same materials.The silicone coating occurs in different hardnesses. The most common hardnesses are 25, 30, 50 and 60 Shore-A. A coating of silicone occurs mainly in the colors red and white. The silicone coating is temperature resistant up to 150 degrees Celsius. In addition, the drive belts are easy to clean.
USP-ID: BAVB0148

€470.00*
Bizerba Printhead 65620170900 (200 dpi) for thermal Bizerba label printer
USP private label 65620170900 (200 dpi) thermal print head that prints without ink or toner. The print heads print directly on thermal material, or by means of an ink ribbon on various materials. The ink ribbon is also called ThermoTransfer Ribbon (TTR) or Ribbon.Bizerba's thermal print head is an electronic component in which there are small pressure points (dots) or thermal resistors on a single line along the print head (the print strip). These dots can be electronically controlled and heated individually. The higher the number of dots, the better the print quality.The thermal print head is a sensitive part of a label printer. The printhead is a wear component, the service life of which depends, among other things, on the maintenance of the thermal printhead.In practice, contamination occurs on the printhead, which is easy to clean. This soiling often consists of thermal transferlink residue, glue and paper residue and other environmental dirt. In addition to causing lower print quality, contamination causes temperature deviations in the thermal print head. As a result, there is a chance of dot failure.Heat, cooling and mechanical pressure are the main reasons why thermal printheads wear out. The rapid heating and cooling of the dots, combined with the mechanical pressure on the passing paper or ink ribbon will cause the print head to wear. Depending on the age and time of use, the print head will print lighter, or certain dots will drop out resulting in ultimately inferior quality prints.Types of printheadsThe printhead variants are distinguished by the placement of the heating elements:Flat-Head PrintheadsHere the heating elements are located at a distance of a few millimeters from the edge of the carrier plate. The print ribbon and the print medium run parallel for a short time and are separated with delay. These printheads are especially suitable for roll printing.True-edge printheadsHere the heating elements are not located on the carrier plate, but on the thin head side. These printheads can be adjusted in height and are therefore particularly suitable for printing on rigid materials.Near-Edge PrintheadsHere the heating elements are located directly at the edge of the carrier plate and the printhead is angled. The printing ribbon and the printing medium are separated more quickly, which increases the demands on the printing ribbons. However, higher print speeds can be achieved with this than with flat-head printheads.
USP-ID: PRPK0162

€395.00*
Novexx Solutions (Avery Dennison) printhead A4431 (300 dpi) for thermal Novexx Solutions label printer
USP private label A4431 (300 dpi) thermal print head that prints without ink or toner. The print heads print directly on thermal material, or by means of an ink ribbon on various materials. The ink ribbon is also called ThermoTransfer Ribbon (TTR) or Ribbon.The thermal print head from Novexx Solutions (Avery Dennison) is an electronic component in which there are small pressure points (dots) or thermal resistors on a single line along the print head (the print strip). These dots can be electronically controlled and heated individually. The higher the number of dots, the better the print quality.The thermal print head is a sensitive part of a label printer. The printhead is a wear component, the service life of which depends, among other things, on the maintenance of the thermal printhead.In practice, contamination occurs on the printhead, which is easy to clean. This soiling often consists of thermal transferlink residue, glue and paper residue and other environmental dirt. In addition to causing lower print quality, contamination causes temperature deviations in the thermal print head. As a result, there is a chance of dot failure.Heat, cooling and mechanical pressure are the main reasons why thermal printheads wear out. The rapid heating and cooling of the dots, combined with the mechanical pressure on the passing paper or ink ribbon will cause the print head to wear. Depending on the age and time of use, the print head will print lighter, or certain dots will drop out resulting in ultimately inferior quality prints.Types of printheadsThe printhead variants are distinguished by the placement of the heating elements:Flat-Head PrintheadsHere the heating elements are located at a distance of a few millimeters from the edge of the carrier plate. The print ribbon and the print medium run parallel for a short time and are separated with delay. These printheads are especially suitable for roll printing.True-edge printheadsHere the heating elements are not located on the carrier plate, but on the thin head side. These printheads can be adjusted in height and are therefore particularly suitable for printing on rigid materials.Near-Edge PrintheadsHere the heating elements are located directly at the edge of the carrier plate and the printhead is angled. The printing ribbon and the printing medium are separated more quickly, which increases the demands on the printing ribbons. However, higher print speeds can be achieved with this than with flat-head printheads.
USP-ID: PRPK0099

€210.00*
Timing belt set 50-T10-920 + 3 mm for Aquarius packaging machines
USP private label timing belt set functions by vacuum. The drive belt consists of two combined parts, the timing belt (red/orange) and the coating layer (blue). The red timing belt is made of polyurethane and is completed with a polyurethane and silicone coating. This polyurethane and silicone coating is wear resistant due to the action of vacuum, but on the other hand it provides more grip.The polyurethane timing belt has a length of 920 mm, a width of 50 mm and has 92 teeth. The tooth pitch is implemented in a type T variant. This means that the tooth pitch has a standard dimension of 10 mm. The blue coating has a hardness of 60 Shore-A.All coatings are applied as endless coverings, allowing the belts to run in both directions. In addition, polyurethane timing belts can be coated with the same materials.The polyurethane and silicone coating occurs in different hardnesses. The most common hardnesses are 25, 30, 50 and 60 Shore-A. A polyurethane and silicone coating occurs mainly in red, blue and white. The silicone coating is temperature resistant up to 150 degrees Celsius. In addition, the drive belts are easy to clean.
USP-ID: BAVB0143

€330.00*
Novexx Solutions (Avery Dennison) printhead A4031 (203 dpi) for thermal Novexx Solutions label printer
USP private label A4031 (203 dpi) thermal print head that prints without ink or toner. The print heads print directly on thermal material, or by means of an ink ribbon on various materials. The ink ribbon is also called ThermoTransfer Ribbon (TTR) or Ribbon.The thermal print head from Novexx Solutions (Avery Dennison) is an electronic component in which there are small pressure points (dots) or thermal resistors on a single line along the print head (the print strip). These dots can be electronically controlled and heated individually. The higher the number of dots, the better the print quality.The thermal print head is a sensitive part of a label printer. The printhead is a wear component, the service life of which depends, among other things, on the maintenance of the thermal printhead.In practice, contamination occurs on the printhead, which is easy to clean. This soiling often consists of thermal transferlink residue, glue and paper residue and other environmental dirt. In addition to causing lower print quality, contamination causes temperature deviations in the thermal print head. As a result, there is a chance of dot failure.Heat, cooling and mechanical pressure are the main reasons why thermal printheads wear out. The rapid heating and cooling of the dots, combined with the mechanical pressure on the passing paper or ink ribbon will cause the print head to wear. Depending on the age and time of use, the print head will print lighter, or certain dots will drop out resulting in ultimately inferior quality prints.Types of printheadsThe printhead variants are distinguished by the placement of the heating elements:Flat-Head PrintheadsHere the heating elements are located at a distance of a few millimeters from the edge of the carrier plate. The print ribbon and the print medium run parallel for a short time and are separated with delay. These printheads are especially suitable for roll printing.True-edge printheadsHere the heating elements are not located on the carrier plate, but on the thin head side. These printheads can be adjusted in height and are therefore particularly suitable for printing on rigid materials.Near-Edge PrintheadsHere the heating elements are located directly at the edge of the carrier plate and the printhead is angled. The printing ribbon and the printing medium are separated more quickly, which increases the demands on the printing ribbons. However, higher print speeds can be achieved with this than with flat-head printheads.
USP-ID: PRPK0098

€170.00*
Set of 7 carbon vanes 90139700007 | WN124-244 (95x41x4.3 mm) for Becker vacuum pumps
USP private label vane replacement kit with 7 high quality carbon vanes. The carbon rotor blades have a length of 95 mm, width of 41 mm and thickness of 4.3 mm.These carbon vanes or blades are extremely suitable as vane material for dry running vacuum pumps and compressors without oil. With this, the best performance is achieved from the machine. Carbon vanes can be universal, allowing the parts to fit different pumps and be suitable for different brands. Article number 90139700007 is suitable for vacuum pumps from Becker and Schmalz. These brands are original equipment manufacturers.Vanes are rotating discs that allow the creation of suction for the removal of air molecules from a vessel, machine or a specific area. These components are widely used in the food, pharmaceutical and medical industries. A rotary vane vacuum pump operates on a positive displacement pumping principle. It consists of a rotor, which is mounted in a cylindrical housing.Its operation is highly dependent on the environment in which it is rotating. A wet, dirty, very hot or cold environment affects the life of the carbon vanes, which are incorporated in dry-running vacuum pumps.
USP-ID: VAVA0068

€78.83*
> 500 available
Set of 7 carbon vanes 0722522488 | 0722534079 (95x44x4 mm) for vacuum pumps
USP private label vane replacement kit with 7 high quality carbon vanes. The carbon rotor blades have a length of 95 mm, width of 44 mm and thickness of 4 mm.These carbon vanes or blades are extremely suitable as vane material for dry running vacuum pumps and compressors without oil. With this, the best performance is achieved from the machine. Carbon vanes can be universal, making the parts fit into different pumps and suitable for different brands. Article number 0722522488 is suitable for vacuum pumps from Busch. This is an original manufacturer (original equipment manufacturers).Vanes are rotating discs that allow the creation of suction for the removal of air molecules from a vessel, machine or a specific area. These components are widely used for the food, pharmaceutical and medical industries. A rotary vane vacuum pump operates on a positive displacement pumping principle. It consists of a rotor, which is mounted in a cylindrical housing.Its operation is highly dependent on the environment in which it is rotating. A wet, dirty, very hot or cold environment affects the life of the carbon filters, which are incorporated in dry running vacuum pumps.
USP-ID: VAVA0076

€72.17*
Set of 7 carbon vanes 90134700007 | WN124-120 (63x35.5x4 mm) for Becker vacuum pumps
USP private label vane replacement kit with 7 high quality carbon vanes. The carbon rotor blades have a length of 63 mm, width of 35.5 mm and thickness of 4 mm.These carbon vanes or blades are extremely suitable as vane material for dry running vacuum pumps and compressors without oil. With this, the best performance is achieved from the machine. Carbon vanes can be universal, making the parts fit into different pumps and suitable for different brands. Article number 90139700007 is suitable for vacuum pumps from Becker Republic and Heidelberg. These brands are original equipment manufacturers.Vanes are rotating discs that allow the creation of suction for the removal of air molecules from a vessel, machine or a specific area. These components are widely used in the food, pharmaceutical and medical industries. A rotary vane vacuum pump operates on a positive displacement pumping principle. It consists of a rotor, which is mounted in a cylindrical housing.Its operation is highly dependent on the environment in which it is rotating. A wet, dirty, very hot or cold environment affects the life of the carbon vanes, which are incorporated in dry-running vacuum pumps.
USP-ID: VAVA0064

€48.83*
Only 7 available
Markem-Imaje Printhead 10042449 (300 dpi) for Markem-Imaje thermal label printer
USP private label 10042449 (300 dpi) thermal print head that prints without ink or toner. The print heads print directly on thermal material, or by means of an ink ribbon on various materials. The ink ribbon is also called ThermoTransfer Ribbon (TTR) or Ribbon.Markem-Imaje's thermal print head is an electronic component in which there are small pressure points (dots) or thermal resistors on a single line along the print head (the print strip). These dots can be electronically controlled and heated individually. The higher the number of dots, the better the print quality.The thermal print head is a sensitive part of a label printer. The printhead is a wear component, the service life of which depends, among other things, on the maintenance of the thermal printhead.In practice, contamination occurs on the printhead, which is easy to clean. This soiling often consists of thermal transferlink residue, glue and paper residue and other environmental dirt. In addition to causing lower print quality, contamination causes temperature deviations in the thermal print head. As a result, there is a chance of dot failure.Heat, cooling and mechanical pressure are the main reasons why thermal printheads wear out. The rapid heating and cooling of the dots, combined with the mechanical pressure on the passing paper or ink ribbon will cause the print head to wear. Depending on the age and time of use, the print head will print lighter, or certain dots will drop out resulting in ultimately inferior quality prints.Types of printheadsThe printhead variants are distinguished by the placement of the heating elements:Flat-Head PrintheadsHere the heating elements are located at a distance of a few millimeters from the edge of the carrier plate. The print ribbon and the print medium run parallel for a short time and are separated with delay. These printheads are especially suitable for roll printing.True-edge printheadsHere the heating elements are not located on the carrier plate, but on the thin head side. These printheads can be adjusted in height and are therefore particularly suitable for printing on rigid materials.Near-Edge PrintheadsHere the heating elements are located directly at the edge of the carrier plate and the printhead is angled. The printing ribbon and the printing medium are separated more quickly, which increases the demands on the printing ribbons. However, higher print speeds can be achieved with this than with flat-head printheads.
USP-ID: PRPK0014

€525.00*