The LB 472 bulk flow system by Berthold Technologies is used for the precise determination of flowrate in the bulk industry and can be performed on all kinds of conveyor systems. The non-contacting, non-intrusive radiometric belt weigher is characterized by an excellent accuracy and reliability. The DuoSeries Transmitter LB 472 is very robust with no moving parts and maintenance is not required.
Neponset, IL (USA) – As bulk handling equipment suppliers continue to make use of new and evolving technologies to develop “smarter” conveyor systems, a leading global manufacturer has introduced data tracking with QR codes on its belt cleaners and other components. Customers benefit from regularly-scheduled inspections by factory-trained and MSHA-certified technicians, providing operators with easy access to a wealth of data on the application, operating environment, service life and condition of conveyor components, updated on every belt cleaner maintenance visit. By avoiding the common “run it until it breaks” approach to conveyor maintenance, a Martin Engineering proprietary smart phone app gives technicians and customers a tool that helps maximize performance and service life — while minimizing carryback and spillage — to improve safety and reduce unscheduled downtime.
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)
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