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.
A visit by Bridgestone’s vice president from Japan to Roy Hill’s iron ore project has highlighted the company’s intention to aspire to offer the best for its customers by listening and working directly alongside them.
Columbus Group chief executive Donald Yates gives insight into how to improve the performance of conveyor belts in a way that may not have previously been considered. Sometimes, making more of the small gains can really add up, particularly when questioning the long and established norms of how things can be done. Moving ores around … Continue reading Double layer conveyor belts
Rio Tinto has signed a five-year global equipment agreement with FLSmidth for the supply of fixed equipment, including minerals processing and materials handling technologies, spare parts, consumables, and maintenance, consultancy and professional services.
European surface and overland conveyor manufacturer Roxon has launched its entire range of materials handling and conveyor solutions in Australia.
A changing of the guard has led the father-son duo of Thomas and Graeme Greaves to turn a new corner in conveyor innovation.
The Overland Conveyor Company, a subsidiary of thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions, explains the importance of practical understanding within innovation in conveyor systems engineering.
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
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
The conveyor experts at Flexco have developed a Universal lightweight cleaner pole that is delivering much-needed relief for maintenance workers at mine operations.
In July 2019, REMA TIP TOP opened the Brisbane Centre of Excellence as its east coast surface protection hub, extending on the expertise of its Western Australia surface protection operations in Perth.
Fortescue Metals Group is leading the way in monitoring the health of its conveyor assets, introducing a new paperless inspection system.
While safe practice is essential across all aspects of a mine site, conveyors can be particularly dangerous, especially when unguarded.
Rema Tip Top has purchased the remaining shares it did not already own of Convatech to complement its recent opening of a Brisbane Centre of Excellence.
Loadscan’s conveyor volume scanner proves that measuring bulk material flow shouldn’t cause a headache.
Fenner Dunlop Australia managing director Graham Lenz reflects on a transformative decade for mining as the company celebrates the 10th anniversary of its flagship Kwinana facility.
Australia has been a focus of Rema Tip Top’s growth aspirations in recent years, a direction the company plans to continue on with its latest solution for conveyor systems.
Belle Banne Conveyor Services’ (BBCS) recent acquisition of Longship Enterprises’ Conveyor Pulleys Australia (CPA) business will allow BBCS parent Fenner Dunlop to add a complete range of pulleys to its product offering.
Belle Banne Conveyor Services (BBCS) has acquired the Conveyor Pulleys Australia (CPA) business from Longship Enterprises.
Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions has won a contract to deliver the largest rail mounted stackers and reclaimers in the world to BHP’s $4.6 billion South Flank project in the Pilbara, Western Australia.