Friedrichsdorf, Germany – The constant growth of a company is a pleasing affair. In production areas, however, it needs a certain amount of creativity to meet the growing requirements. Many extensions necessitate conversions and additions that would not be implemented with a complete new building.
Helsinki, Finland – Metso is addressing the growing demand for crushing and screening plants in India by expanding its production capabilities in Alwar. This latest investment increases Metso’s crushing and screening plant production capacity in India by 35 %. By increasing capacity of the Metso Park factory in Alwar, Metso will improve the availability of its aggregate products in India as well as for export operations to Asia. The expansion will be completed by the end of 2018.
Wolfurt, Austria – Assembly has started for the first of the two Doppelmayr RopeCon® installations for the transport of platinum ore at the Booysendal concession. The South African mining company Booysendal Platinum (Pty) Limited, a subsidiary of Northam Platinum Limited, accesses the platinum ore deposit Booysendal South there. Continue reading Doppelmayr: Assembly of RopeCon Conveyor started at Booysendal Platinum Mine
Tewkesbury, UK – Powders play an integral part in the production of many products and it is widely acknowledged that they are challenging to handle. It is therefore vital for engineers and processors to have a good understanding of powder behaviour in order to optimise productivity and improve quality. This is particularly applicable in powder metallurgy, where the flowability of metal powders is crucial to efficiency, including enhancing performance of Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes. Continue reading Freeman Technology: FT4 Powder Rheometer supports Metal Processing Industries
Helsinki, Finland – During the last six months, Metso has received orders to install over 50 flotation cells in Spain and Portugal, ranging from small 15 m³ units to large 300 m³ cells. Metso will deliver flotation equipment to expansion projects by Almina, Somincor and other leading mining companies located on the Iberian Pyrite Belt as well as Saloro in Barruecopardo, western Spain.
“Reliability of operation is clearly the number one target for us. With our new Nordberg® GP330™ cone crusher we have secured a trouble-free, continuous secondary crushing process that enables us to produce daily some 4,000 tons of high-quality aggregates.” This is how Production manager Kurt Schön of Basalt-Actien-Gesellschaft (BAG) Rammelsbach quarry describes the company’s new GP330 cone crusher from Metso – the first of its kind in Germany.
Rice Lake Weighing Systems is an international leader in the manufacture and distribution of weight-related products and process-control equipment. Within this ISO 9001 registered company, progressive new technologies merge with the wisdom of industry experience and create the future of weighing through cutting-edge research and design.
Our roots are planted firmly in the principles of quality and customer service. Through three generations of family ownership these ideals remain unchanged. Today, Rice Lake Weighing Systems is world renowned for delivering the highest standard of product and the best service in the weighing industry.
A new conference on particulate materials (PARMAT2017) is organized by eight Working Parties of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering (EFCE) in the frame of the WCCE10-ECCE11-ECAB4, which will be held from 1st to 5th October 2017. This initiative started in ECCE10 aiming to be a meeting point for academia and industry to share the latest scientific progresses and technological advances in fields were particulate materials are involved. More specifically, PARMAT2017 is devoted to all the aspects related to the chemical and mechanical processing, handling and characterization of particulate materials in industry, including hazards and risks that are usually presented during these operations. This International Conference will provide a unique opportunity to integrate academic/scientific research and industry issues and requirements from researchers and industrialists around the world.
Which are the benefits of participating?
- Increased awareness of academic/scientific researchers in the areas of industrial applications, problems, requirements, equipment and instrumentation
- Future Research and Development directions and projects
- Increased awareness of industry users/ suppliers in the areas of “academic” achievements, expertise and capabilities
- Increased academic/industry networks, linkages and relationships
Deadline for abstract submission: 30th January 2017.
Chairman, EFCE Working Party on Mechanics of Particulate Solids
Departamento de Ingeniería Mecánica, Química y Diseño Industrial
Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería y Diseño Industrial
Technical University of Madrid
Ronda de Valencia 3
Tel. +34 913366837
November 15, 2016 – Key Technology strengthens support of European food processors with the opening of their new customer visit center – The Innovation and Solutions Center – in Hasselt, Belgium. This state-of-the-art facility enables processors to participate in equipment demonstrations, application tests and training, both in-person and remotely via a live video interface. It is designed to create a superior customer experience while showcasing Key’s digital sorting, conveying and processing solutions.
Utica, NY, USA – A new sanitary, high-intensity continuous blender, Model HIM-124-S316, from Munson Machinery provides low to high shear as required for high speed blending and/or homogenising of dry solids, agglomerates, slurries or pastes when processing food, chemicals, pharmaceuticals or other contamination-sensitive materials.