MAX-Line Multi-Belt In-Line Freezing, Chilling & Cooling Tunnels

MAX-Line Compact Multi-Belt Freezing, Chilling & Cooling Tunnels for 200 – 3,000 kg/hr

Lomax designs bespoke Freezing, Chilling and Cooling Tunnels to handle almost all food products through a wide range of capacities.  The MAX-Line Compact range of tunnels typically handle between 200 – 3,000 kg/hr of product depending on whether it is freezing, chilling or cooling.  The Lomax Technical Sales and Project Team works closely with its clients in the selection of the system to suit exact product and site space requirements and will advise if a larger Site-Built Modular Tunnel is more appropriate for the application or budget available.  Please contact us to discuss your exact application.

Applications for the MAX-Line Tunnel include handling packed and unpacked products;

  • Bakery both sweet and savoury including bread, pies, raw and cooked
  • Dairy products such as Yoghurts, creams and liquid in containers
  • Meat and processed variants like burgers, sausages, meat balls, meat cuts
  • Seafood including small fish, fish fillets, shellfish
  • Poultry such as raw portions both naked and packed
  • Value added convenience foods such as chicken nuggets, breaded and battered fish
  • Packed products in trays, packs and pouches
  • Desserts unpacked and in pots
  • Fruit & Vegetables

MAX-Line is a Compact In-Line Tunnel offering the following benefits;

  • Select from a standard range or have a bespoke custom designed system
  • Variable conveyor belt widths and multi-belt levels ensures total flexibility
  • Arrives ready to connect to services resulting in minimal site work
  • Direct belt drives with variable speed control to suit various product dwell times
  • Stainless steel structure hygienically designed to ensure quick cleaning and max uptime
  • Branded main components ensuring highest quality and reliable backup and spares
  • Various levels of ongoing service support offered post normal warranty


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