Taker roof and sponge-covered belts

The horticultural sector works with a large range of conveyor belts. In flower processing production lines, for example, generally so-called taker roof belts are used. On the belts, the flower stems are batched at the end of the line and subsequently pressed together by a sponge-covered belt to prevent them from being damaged. Next, the stems are cut and a rubber band is applied to the bunch. REPA manufactures taker roof belts (bunch belts) in different sizes and colours. In addition, the sponge material is available in various degrees of thickness and hardness or density (structure)..