REMA TIP TOP has launched an online series called OPENHAUS, which is designed to help industrial plant operators extend the life of their assets.
The mining industry’s increasing demand for efficient conveyor belt solutions has driven conveyor belt manufacturer, Fenner Dunlop, to expand its Western Australia manufacturing facility to keep up.
Fenner Dunlop plans to undertake a $23.5 million expansion at its Kwinana manufacturing facility in Western Australia to meet the increasing demand for conveyor belts in the state.
Conveyor Manufacturers Australia has designed a modular, relocatable and reusable surface conveyor system using general shipping containers.
Fenner Dunlop is a valued supplier of materials handling, mechanical and electrical services for many Australian mining companies. However, the company considers itself to be more of a partner than supplier.
Monadelphous has selected REMA TIP TOP Australia to install more than 50 kilometres of conveyor belting for the $US3.6 billion ($5.26 billion) BHP Western Australian Iron Ore South Flank project in the Pilbara.
As mining companies look to cut costs and reduce downtime associated with machinery, Gates offers the market its Predator V belts.
Mistracking of conveyor systems is an all-too-common occurrence in the mining industry, leading to considerable costs to human safety, productivity and power consumption. The root cause of mistracking often falls outside of a system operator’s control. Mine site vibrations and ground problems, for example, can cause conveyors to be misaligned. Other causes, such as structure … Continue reading Easy tracking on shaky ground
An early belt rip was identified by ‘smart data’ monitoring systems on a major Fortescue Metals Group iron ore stockyard conveyor in the Pilbara.