Since the year 2005, a RopeCon® system by Doppelmayr Transport Technology GmbH, Austria, has been transporting inert material along a long-stretched valley at the Tüfentobel landfill site, which will eventually be backfilled. The belt is being extended in several stages. It discharges the material onto a debris cone directly where it is to be used. Finally in March 2016, a novel concept was implemented which has further increased the flexibility of RopeCon®.
115 years of experience are available in design, production and assembly at site of bulk handling systems for heavy Industrial purposes from the Dutch company Jansen & Heuning.
We developed a patented FIBC which can be filled fully automatic and no operator is required. Please watch this Video.
Competitive products are bucket elevators, loading bellows, belt conveyors, screw conveyors and chain conveyors.
For the most accurate level and volume measuring on a belt conveyor by vision techniques please ask for Jansen & Heuning.
Conditions in underground mining range from arctic cold to extreme heat and are especially hard on man and machine. At the Ugol Rossii & Mining Trade Fair, (6-9 June, Novokuznetsk), Flexco GmbH will be showcasing solutions that not only allow conveyor system operators to improve their processes, but also greatly simplify maintenance and repair work. The solutions on show will include the new belt centring station PT Pro EZ, which detects a skew and realigns the belt correctly – an important step in preventing material losses.
PPI provides the industry’s broadest product line, a contributing factor in earning the title of best selling brand in conveyor components in North America and trusted worldwide.
(Published on YouTube on June 24, 2016)
Neponset, IL, USA, March 2017 – In another move toward “smarter” material handling, a global conveyor technology innovator has introduced an automated pneumatic tensioning system for belt cleaners. The new offering from Martin Engineering delivers precise monitoring and tensioning throughout all stages of blade life, reducing the labor typically required to maintain optimum blade pressure and extending the service life of both the belt and the cleaner. Equipped with sensors to confirm that the belt is loaded and running, the system automatically backs the blade away during stoppages or when the conveyor is running empty, minimizing unnecessary wear to both the belt and cleaner. The result is consistently correct blade tension, with reduced power demand on start-up, all managed without operator intervention.
Conveyor belt safety in the mining industry by Jerad Heitzler, FOUNDATIONS™ Training Manager
During the SKF Mining Insights Speaker Series at MINExpo 2016, Jerad Heitzler, FOUNDATIONS™ Training Manager at Martin Engineering, shares best practices for conveyor belt safety.
Hear how workers in the mining industry can use best practices and techniques to get the best performance out of their belt conveyors, and how to stay safe while working around this equipment.
(Published on YouTube on October 25, 2016)
To connect the El Limón gold ore pit with the processing plant it was necessary to overcome an altitude difference of approx. 400m in steep terrain. Minera Media Luna, S.A. de C.V. (MML), 100% owned subsidiary of Torex Gold Resources Inc., opted for the RopeCon® by Doppelmayr Transport Technology as a means of transport. Along with other aspects, safety and environment were key considerations in prompting the decision. The system transports 1,000 metric tons of gold ore per hour into the valley over a distance of 1.3km.
(Published on YouTube on May 9, 2016)
A quick overview of the conveyor belts currently offered by Belt Tech Industrial.
(Published on YouTube on November 16, 2016)
Supreme Manufacturing is a custom designer and builder of high quality conveyor systems, storage tanks and hoppers, and a wide variety of specialized equipment for use in many industries. From sand and gravel to talc, coal to steel, cement to agriculture, if it needs to be stored, conveyed, loaded, or dredged, Supreme Manufacturing can design and fabricate the equipment necessary to get the job done. Because your equipment is being built by people who know what it is to use it on a daily basis, you can rest assured that when our crews walk away from a job, you’ll be ready for action.
(published on YouTube on August 4, 2016)
Cintasa was founded in 1973, and in 1979 the company was constituted as a PLC.
The main activity of Cintasa centres in the engineering, production and installation of handling, transport and warehousing element systems. Our wide range of conveyors is based on diverse systems such as: belts, rollers, chains, metal plates, buckets, etc. Moreover, we incorporate distinct auxiliary elements in our installations, which could be: galleries, silos, hoppers, structures, etc.
This specialization in the field of conveyors and in all its variants for more than 35 years has given Cintasa the necessary experience to be able to offer the client the best solution to each requirement.
(published on YouTube on July 28, 2015)