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Energy Costs Lowered Using PTFE Belting

CS Hyde's PTFE coated belting saves on energy costs when compared with stainless steel or plastic products, according to the company. The non-stick, easy-to-clean belting offers better heat transfer a...


April 1, 2009
By MRO Magazine

CS Hyde’s PTFE coated belting saves on energy costs when compared with stainless steel or plastic products, according to the company. The non-stick, easy-to-clean belting offers better heat transfer and absorbs less energy than other types of belting. In addition, maintenance costs are lower. The belting is generally less expensive, and can be operated using a simpler, low-cost pulley and drive system.

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