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  • Improved Glass Conveyor Chain for Higher Productivity
    increase, chain wear rates also increase, resulting in more frequent maintenance and reduced service life. Also, as conveyor speeds increase, synchronization with other glass transport mechanisms becomes even more critical. Variations in chain velocity or irregular movements can lead to mishandling
  • Glass Worldwide -- Improving Conveyor Chain Life (.pdf)
    failure. Bottle producers that experience these problems can often realize significant productivity gains by replacing standard conveyor chains with the latest wear protected chains that are designed to reduce, or prevent, specific types of chain wear.
  • Conveyor Maintenance Guidelines
    For maximum productivity and efficiency it is very important that the key elements in a glass conveying system be properly installed and maintained. In this discussion, the key elements are those components that influence glass transport in most hot end and cold end conveying systems, including
  • Improving the life expectancy of glass conveying chains
    Silent conveying chains are used extensively in the transportation of glass bottles and jars. In most production settings, efforts made to prolong conveyor chain life can yield significant cost savings and improvement in bottle production. William Hall discusses the factors influencing chain
  • Eight ways to increase conveyor chain life
    Producers of glass bottles and jars can often achieve significant gains in. production by improving the operation of conveying chains on IS machines. and cross conveyors. William Hall discusses eight simple, low cost steps for. improving ware handling, reducing downtime and costs.
  • Product development leads to longer lasting conveyors
    William Hall summarizes recent product developments that have led to longer lasting and more durable glass conveyors: A leading manufacturer of silent conveying chains for 90 years, Ramsey Products Corp has worked with glass equipment manufacturers and bottle producers in every part of the world
  • Trash in, cash out
    Machine vision spots treasure in trash and makes possible single-stream recycling. Recycling was a somewhat onerous process when first introduced in North America and Europe. Participants presorted glass, paper, plastic, and metal into separate, color-coded containers and placed them curbside
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    developed a variety of technologies to achieve this goal. One firm is introducing ultrasonic machining equipment to the U.S. market, claiming that it is a productivity-boosting tool for the precise machining of ceramic, silicone, and glass materials. Another supplier has designed a grinding machine

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