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For the ultimate in hygienic conveying, Australis Engineering’s Hygenius Conveyor system offers the highest standard of cleanliness to minimise surfaces where bacteria accumulate and creates a conveyor that is fast and simple to comprehensively clean.

The Hygenius ultra clean conveyor can be disassembled and reassembled in less than two minutes to allow a thorough washdown and deep clean of the entire frame, rollers, belt, and motor. Other washdown conveyors can take 40 minutes just to prep for cleaning, substantially increasing downtime and lost production and risking incomplete bacterial removal. This can compromise food safety and therefore brand reputation.

Hygenius is not simply another washdown conveyor. Its new and innovative approach uses hygienic design principles and approved conveyor components certified by the European Hygienic Engineering Design Group. This fundamentally changes the structure of this smart conveyor system and means there are substantially fewer surface areas where bacteria accumulate to risk contaminating your fresh food products while simultaneously making cleaning preparation fast and tool-less.

Hygenius conveyors are perfect for fresh and raw foods such as meat, poultry, smallgoods, seafood, fruit, vegetables, and dairy. In fact, they are ideal for any unpackaged food where good hygiene is critical to consumer safety and confidence.

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