Secondary Manufacturing Processes for cigarette production require special belting properties. All applications with direct tobacco contact must have non-toxic solutions, while the transfer of cigarettes into packaging machines and of cigarette packets from bundlers / cartoners into case packers and palletizers require belts with low or high-grip properties.
Our product range covers all these applications.
Explore using the drop-down menu or by clicking on the pointers
This infographic is used as a general indicative example only.
Actual factory and process configurations could vary, but our industry experts know them all.
The cut tobacco is transported to the cigarette maker by air (tubes) and then circulated in the feeder unit. Once at the maker, the suction tape collects and conveys the tobacco to create a tobacco rod. The finished cigarettes are transported on belts out of the maker.
The belts that link the cigarette maker and the buffer can run both horizontally and vertically. Either way, the profile must not damage the cigarettes.
The enclosing of products with wrapping materials in order to protect, collect and conserve tobacco goods and present a convenient and attractive product.
Boxes filled with multiple packages of cigarettes are often transported to a central palletising area. During the transport, it passes different sorting steps to end at the correct place.
Recommended Products are only a sub-set of our extensive product line-up, the widest in the business. Our experts can help you find the right belt. Fill-in the contact form or go to our Contact page.
*Recommended Products are some examples of our solutions in a specific process. Consult your local Ammeraal Beltech expert to determine the most appropriate belt type, colour and material combination for your specific requirements and local stock availability.