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Transport bulk material with ease with our mechanical conveyors

Mechanical conveying is sometimes seen as a commodity, yet it plays an important role in overall plant productivity. The conveyors are considered the highways between processes and final products, so 24/7 operation is ideal.

A tough life

 

Mechanical conveyors transport highly abrasive bulk materials such as cement, clinker, limestone, coal and alternative fuels. Over time, these abrasive materials take a toll on the surfaces of the conveying equipment. Therefore, designing and building mechanical conveying equipment that lasts and operates reliably is top priority.

 

 

Know-how leads reliable design

 

When designing optimal mechanical conveying equipment, a thorough understanding of the loading and discharge applications is crucial. We have built extensive knowledge in these areas because we also have expertise and can offer the equipment that form a complete cement production line.

  

Whatever your mechanical conveying needs, indoors or outdoors, for transport of dry or sticky bulk materials, we have a mechanical conveyor to suit you. We offer:

  • In-Plant Belt Conveyors
  • Overland Conveyors
  • Drag Chain Conveyors
  • Pipe Conveyors

 

 

Here to help

 

Longer mechanical conveying systems consume a lot of energy, increasing your OPEX. We can help you find an ideal mechanical conveying solution that is more economical, safe and sustainable to operate. An example of sustainable operation, our Overland Conveyors can be installed in a downhill configuration, which generates up to 8,000kW of power, keeping energy consumption low.

 

 

Continual innovation

 

We have a passionate Research and Development (R&D) team that works closely with customers to identify what has worked well with their mechanical conveying systems and areas for improvement. The design process for the In-Plant Belt Conveyor, for example, involved the use of modelling technology called discrete element modelling (DEM). The results helped inform material trajectory to minimise common mechanical conveying challenges.

We have a passionate Research and Development (R&D) team that works closely with customers to identify what has worked well with their mechanical conveying systems and areas for improvement. The design process for the In-Plant Belt Conveyor, for example, involved the use of modelling technology called discrete element modelling (DEM). The results helped inform material trajectory to minimise common mechanical conveying challenges. 



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