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Dear Business Partner
It is our top priority to serve you in the best possible way, despite the current turbulences with the Corona virus. I therefore want to give you an update on the status of the Sefar Group, which also includes Monosuisse.
• The Sefar Group complies to all the local regulations with respect to the containment of the Corona virus.
• We have taken additional internal precautions to assure the continuation of our production and the deliveries to you.
• All of our spinning and weaving plants worldwide are currently operating without limitations.
• There is a possibility of national restrictions in countries, where we operate our decentralized fabrication units. This may cause delays in fabricated items. For details, please contact your local Sefar subsidiary.
• Global limitations on freight capacity, in particular for air shipments, may also affect the delivery time.
Being a fully integrated supplier, Sefar controls and ensures the entire supply chain of our technical fabrics, from the yarn production at Monosuisse to the shipping of the fabrics or the finished articles. You are in good hands at Sefar.
Should your operation face any supply challenges where we might be able to help, please let us know. Your contact person is reachable at any time.
We will keep you updated on any changes affecting our delivery performance.
I wish you good health!
Sefar offers a wide range of synthetic fabrics in open and closed mesh for conveying and drying products. Our vacuum dryer belts are made of PET polymer – selected according to your needs.
Belt fabrics offering different pore sizes for different solid contents (viscosity) of products
Customized solutions that meet the industry’s most demanding requirements (e.g. high temperatures, chemical resistance and long lifetime)
Integrated production: all crucial steps from yarn production, weaving, finishing and fabrication of ready-to-use belts
Around 190 years of experience in the food industry. With over 40 years supplying belts for vacuum belt dryers
All belt fabrics and closures are recommended for applications in the food industry and are compliant with food safety regulations
Unique permeability settings allow steam to penetrate the fabric and eliminate bubble formation while sustaining performance with solid content > 30%
Precision controlled fabric finishing provides low shrinkage/elongation and efficient belt alignment as well as long service life. Suitable for application temperature of up to 180 °C.
Fast and easy installation supported by efficient closing system.
Smooth surface makes product release easy and reduces particle entrapment in the pores of the fabric.
Food safety compliancy
All components comply with food safety regulations during full service life.
We manufacture dimensionally precise SEFAR TETEX DRY fabrics for any type and any size of application, equipment or machine. Choose from our various fastening solutions and different edge enhancement possibilities that would best suit your requirements.
The choice for the most commonly utilized drying spectrum
SEFAR TETEX DRY PET fabrics are suitable for application temperatures of up to 140° C. Usage at 140 – 160 °C is possible but not recommended as it will result in reduced service life and higher belt elongation. Between 140 – 180 °C a special selection of SEFAR TETEX DRY fabrics can be beneficial depending on environmental conditions as well as type of product.
A new dimension in vacuum belt drying
Our products meet the specific needs of these filtration applications and are successfully running all over the world on all known vacuum dryer belt brands and OEMs, such as:
Food & Biotech Engineers
A selection of different pore sizes allows optimum drying at maximum air/vapor permeability.
Excellent cake release, superb quality and lifetime, ensures efficient and cost-effective drying. All fabrics and materials comply with current FDA or EU regulations on food safety.
The fabrics of the SEFAR TETEX DRY range are made from yarns that contain only substances recognized as safe for use with foodstuffs.
FDA Code of Federal Regulations (USA), Food and Drugs, Art. 21
(indirect foodstuff additional material: polymers)
Regulation (EU) No 1935/2004 of the Commission dated 27 Oct. 2004 on materials
and articles made of plastic and are intended to come into contact with foodstuffs
Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 of the Commission dated 14 Jan. 2011 on materials
and articles made of plastic that are intended to come into contact with foodstuffs
Our subsidiaries and selected representatives around the world are pleased to advise all customers individually.