Munich, Germany – Haver & Boecker has established its global brand Haver & Boecker Niagara to combine the engineering expertise and product portfolios of its three mineral processing locations in Brazil, Canada and Germany. In the past, the three locations acted individually for their respective regions and territories. Customers around the world will benefit from shared innovative technology, more in-depth consultations, greater parts availability and better delivery times. Continue reading HAVER & BOECKER expands Global Mineral Processing Presence with Haver & Boecker Niagara Brand
Massillon (OH), United States – Midwestern Industries Inc. recently launched its Electro-Lift separator screen-changing system. The ergonomically designed lift system is electrically powered to assist in making separator screen changes easier, faster and safer. Engineered with a 120-volt sealed gear-driven system, operation is as simple as plugging into any convenient outlet and pressing a switch. Continue reading Midwestern Industries: Faster Screen Changes with Electro-Lift Separator Screen-Changing System
Mechelen, Belgium – Due to the high demand of their products, Kemira Chemicals (UK), a producer of advanced chemicals for pulp and paper, water treatment and more, must employ high-capacity, efficient equipment, to ensure optimum output and minimal downtime. Hence, when seeking a solution to screening incoming raw materials, Kemira contacted Russell Finex for a solution. Continue reading Russell Finex: Compact Sieve delivers high-capacity Check-Screening of Raw Materials
Mechelen, Belgium – Kemira Chemicals (UK) Ltd. (Kemira), part of the Kemira Oyj chemical industry group, is a producer of advanced chemicals for industrial applications. At its production site in Ellesmere Port, UK, Kemira produces a variety of coagulants for the treatment of waste water. As with all Kemira products, only the highest quality can be accepted, and this is reflected by the raw materials and processing equipment used in production. When seeking a sieving solution for screening incoming bulk powders, Kemira contacted Russell Finex – a global manufacturer of chemical sieving and filtration equipment.
Copenhagen, Denmark – FLSmidth has launched a completely re-engineered trommel chassis and associated screen media package. The new trommel designs have been engineered using Finite Element Analysis (FEA) design calculations to ensure they are structurally sound and will offer excellent service life. The screening media has been custom designed to be less than 25kg per piece which provides safe handling and fast implementation. Continue reading FLSmidth: Completely re-engineered Trommel Chassis and Screen Media Package
Schliengen, Germany – When screening bulk materials, the screening plant may occasionally become clogged. In special cases, the material congestion may reach the upstream conveyor belt – with costly consequences. The following case study shows how this can be avoided by using suitable sensor technology from SWR engineering. Continue reading SWR engineering: Transportation of minerals – Blockage Detection with ProGap S
Utica (NY), United States – A new Screen Classifying Cutter with 1830 mm infeed and 457 mm overall diameter rotor manufactured by Munson Machinery reduces fibreglass, gypsum, metal scrap and other large abrasive materials at high rates.
Irving (TX), United States – On August 2, 2018, Fluor Corporation announced that it continues to support BHP in the delivery of the South Flank iron ore project located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, which commenced construction in July. The project will be the largest iron ore processing facility ever built in Western Australia.
Schliengen, Germany – The Paddy sensor, a particle sensor developed by envea™ – SWR engineering for on-line monitoring of coarse grain in the flow, can be used in all processes where solids are ground and screened. At the end of these processes at least two fractions are always produced, the fine material and the coarse grain. If a screen break occurs, up to now this has led to the production of large quantities of rejects or an increased workload due to renewed screening. The Paddy sensor is installed in the outlet of the material flow fraction and detects reliably if a screen break occurs.
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.