Port Kembla coal terminal has worked with Flexco to improve safety, operating and environmental performance and reliability of the belt cleaning systems at its operations in New South Wales.
COVID-19 has introduced a number of hardships on bulk material handlers, including limiting their options for critical training to improve conveyor safety and productivity.
A diverter plow (DP), also known as a diversion plough, is an apparatus that is fitted to a conveyor that redirects or discharges the material being conveyed by the belt.
Around 660 square metres of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) conveyor guards for three conveyors have been produced and installed at a major iron ore operation in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
ABB and mining equipment company TAKRAF have developed a high-powered gearless conveyor drive system that will be installed at the Chuquicamata copper mine in Chile.
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.
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In a move to continue leadership in the development and implementation of advanced technologies for conveyors and other bulk material handling applications, Martin Engineering has announced a belt cleaner position indicator that monitors the blade, tracking and reporting remaining service life.
Thomas Greaves from DYNA Engineering explains the ins and outs of conveyor skirting: how it works, how it is designed and constructed, how it lifts productivity and safety when fitted to conveying systems.
Martin Engineering has unveiled a belt cleaner position indicator in a move to continue its leadership in developing conveyor technology.
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.
Long-established specialist conveyor equipment manufacturer, Dyna Engineering, has increased its commitment to local manufacturing, ensuring that pulleys with 100 per cent local content still have a place in the industry and bring the benefit of dramatically reducing manufacturing lead times.
REMA TIP TOP has shown no signs of backing down amid this unprecedented time, signifying the company’s strength and commitment to support its clients across Australia.
Monadelphous has selected REMA TIP TOP Australia for a contract at Rio Tinto’s West Angelas Deposits C and D project in the Pilbara, Western Australia.
Employing a team of chemists and engineers, Fenner Dunlop has ensured the Next Generation Ultra Tuff cover compound meets the demands for its customer base.
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 Australian mining companies become more reliant on durable equipment, NSE Group’s engineers have made strides in a domestic market traditionally dominated by overseas manufacturers.
The mining industry doesn’t often encounter an innovation that was inspiring 10 years ago, yet is still relevant today.
Martin Engineering global flow aids manager Brad Pronschinske gives Australian Mining insights into how engineered flow can solve problems at materials handling operations. In order to achieve confined and consistent flow on conveyors handling large volumes of bulk material such as coal, aggregate or biomass, transfer chutes and vessels must be designed to accommodate and … Continue reading Engineered flow aids resolve bulk material handling issues