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Food Industry

Durability and security

The food industry has specific rules that govern the choice of materials that come into contact with food, both for cleaning purposes and working environments where extremes of temperature are experienced. The pneumatic components used must present specific characteristics and comply with existing regulations. The requirements within this industry are, therefore, multiple and are linked on the one hand to materials and on the other to hi-tech requirements. Industrial processes in these chains are highly automated and require speed and a fast through feed. This is why, our components have been designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of reliability and endurance through the use of raw materials that are selected and tested upon their arrival before the processing stage. The choice of materials is an integral part of the quality of our products, as demonstrated by the stainless steel and engineered technopolymer series, with food safety certification showing that are able to resist chemical aggression and operate continuously without requiring lubrication.

In order to promptly meet the problems posed by this sector, beyond the standard guidelines, Vesta habitually develops and produces customised solutions that are designed together with the clients.

Round magnetic stainless steel pneumatic cylinders.

Cylinder ISO 6432 for aggressive environments, in stainless steel with acetal resin srewed end caps.

"E" Series valves and solenoid valves that can reach very good performances even in harsh environmental conditions.