Mounted Bearings Meet Hygienic Design and Clean-In-Place Criteria

Oct. 3, 2019
Stainless-Steel Stand-Out mounted bearings from KML meet the strict sanitary requirements of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).

Developed for high-moisture food applications such as poultry, beef, and pork processing, the bearings incorporate the company’s Poly-Guard IP69K Sealing System that provides the next level in sanitary enclosure and protection against high-pressure, high-temperature food equipment washdowns for OEMs and consumer good companies. Fully enclosed end and through shafts coupled with a variety of back seals and V-rings protect against surface corrosion and chemical damage while the hermetically sealed bearing are enclosed to eliminate harborage issue by eliminating edge seams and crevices at the bearing mounting location. A stand-out mounting configuration eliminates the need for the fabrication and welding of clearance spacers, saving time and money.

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