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Tsubaki expects chain reaction at BrauBeviale 2018

Tsubaki will be demonstrating specialist chains developed for the food and beverage sector at BrauBeviale, Nuremberg's brewing and beverage industry exhibition, 13-15 November.
Visit Tsubaki at stand no. 330 in Hall 7A.

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Visitors to the Tsubaki stand will be able to see a range of chains including Traypacker, which uses oil-impregnated sintered bushes for life-long lubrication. This not only reduces maintenance requirements, but also ensures the clean and hygienic standards required for tray packing machinery used in the food and beverage industry.

Based on Tsubaki's Lambda lube-free chain, Traypacker also uses NSF-H1 food grade lubricant in its sintered bushes. This allows for the chain to be used without any additional lubrication ensuring a clean work environment.

Like most of Tsubaki's chains Traypacker is supplied with the company's Match & Tag Service. This guarantees a maximum total chain length difference of 0.50 mm between paired chain strands so that when they are run in parallel, as is universal on tray packing machines, they remain perfectly synchronised and keep the trays oriented in-line.

Amongst other chains on the stand will be Neptune, Tsubaki's chain for harsh application environments. This features high corrosion and chemical resistance making it suitable for washdowns with water and alkaline cleaning agents. Neptune is made with a multi-layer surface treatment that combines protection against corrosive environments with maximised chain strength.

BrauBeviale 2018 is the most important capital goods exhibition for the beverage industry in the world this year. It brings together trade visitors from across Europe and around the world where they get a chance to see all the latest technical innovations and advanced technologies appropriate to the sector. They also discuss raw materials, efficient logistics and market developments. This year's event will extend to a total of nine exhibition halls and with 1,100 exhibitors, show visitors can expect full and productive days.