Habasit Cleandrive Positive Drive Monolithic Conveyor Belts

Habasit Cleandrive positive drive monolithic conveyor belts deliver significant advantages for hygiene-sensitive applications in the food processing industry. Their advanced technology and design meet customers’ most stringent hygiene requirements, while delivering exceptional performance, reliability and cost-efficiency.

Reliable performance

Habasit Cleandrive™ belts include aramid cord reinforcement for dimensional stability. This enables continuous and reliable sprocket engagement that results in reduced belt wear, maintenance and downtime.

Conventional monolithic belts elongate during service life while Habasit Cleandrive achieves continuous fit
Conventional monolithic belt with sink marks and Habasit Cleandrive with scraper-friendly surface

Scraper friendly

Our proprietary manufacturing process allows us to produce Habasit Cleandrive belts completely free of sink marks. This facilitates increased scraper efficiency, as residual products on the belt surface can be safely removed by a scraper, thereby reducing the risk of cross-contamination of foodstuffs.

Conventional monolithic belt with hard and angled corners; Habasit Cleandrive with hygienic rounded corners

Hygienic design

Hygienic design plays an increasingly important role in optimizing process hygiene. Smoothly rounded shapes make it easy to remove production residues – even on the backside of the belt.

Conventional monolithic needs forced engagement; Habasit Cleandrive is strong and flexible

Easy conveyor construction, installation – and retrofit

Habasit Cleandrive belts reduce the amount of design work needed when building a conveyor. The zero-tension belt design principle eliminates the need for active sprocket engagement, which would otherwise increase complexity and cost, and reduce belt lifetime due to abrasion. 

Conventional monolithic belt use hard and stiff materials and Habasit Cleandrive is strong and flexible

Narrow transfers

Flexible and strong construction caters for the smallest possible pulley diameters, thus minimizing product damage and loss in transfer situations.