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ELT rod network belts in use at Lipsia Automation

Our rod network belts ELT convince with several advantages and a wide range of applications. Many of our customers, such as the company Lipsia Automation GmbH from Brandis near Leipzig, are also enthusiastic.

Originally founded as a mechanical engineering company in 1995, Lipsia Automation today specializes in customized handling and packaging solutions. Like us, the company from Brandis near Leipzig primarily serves customers from the food industry in Germany and abroad.

The team is relying on the advantages of our ELT (Extended Life Time) rod network belt, which has more nodes thanks to additional, short meshes, which in turn leads to increased stability and higher force absorption. However, Lipsia Automation is thinking even further ahead, as the company has come up with an internal standard in the field of ELT rod network belts.

Pavel Rucky, design manager at Lipsia Automation, explains, "We always use the same main mesh and regulate the width of the belt using different numbers of meshes and different lengths of small ELT meshes." The resulting advantage: The same ELT clip can always be used.

The instructions for endless splicing of rod network belts with ELT clips can be found here:

Instruction endless splicing

Would you like to take a closer look? No problem - feel free to take a look at our video tutorial:

Connection of rod network belts ELT with ELT clips

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