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  • Dust-Tight Bulk Bag Discharger with Flexible Screw Conveyor Eliminates Waste, Improves Safety and Quality
    Danisco A/S, a UK food production company, installed a Flexicon bulk bag discharging system that conserves floor space; reduces costs, waste and dust; and improves plant hygiene and worker safety.
  • LIGHT RAIL TUNNEL & STATION
    Various capacity Hilman Rollers. were used to support waste. conveyor gantries behind a TBM. (tunnel boring machine) for the new. Minneapolis / St. Paul Light Rail. Tunnel & Station. Eight standard. OT style rollers were used in a. channel for every gantry, the. heaviest load was approximately. 118
  • Case Study: From Rags to Riches - Elledge waste water facility
    Increased production demands and rising disposal costs prompted the need for an expansion at the Elledge Wastewater Treatment facility in Winston-Salem, NC. The facility services the greater Winston-Salem area, which is growing at a considerable rate. The facility was using conveyors to move
  • Take a Load Off with seepex Cake Pumps
    Delware, OH, waste water treatment plant was looking for a solution to replace their conveyor system. Conveyors are costly and difficult to maintain. A seepex load cell controlled Progressive Cavity cake pump with a $1,500 per square foot mean capital cost savings was the solution.
  • Cement Plant Conveys and Weighs "Green" Bulk Fuel Ingredients in Process to Replace Coal
    When replacing coal with an alternative fuel comprised of recycled waste materials, a cement producer chose flexible screw conveyors to convey and weigh pulverized fuel ash to the fuel preparation plant.
  • Case Study: The Washington Post
    ). Interface controls allow the roll to be automatically loaded onto reelstand arms. AGV picks up full waste and core carts and returns empty carts for the next press run.
  • Medical Device Link .
    Medical OEMs can reduce waste and eliminate the converting process by bringing packaging in-house. One of the easiest ways to add packaging capabilities is by using automated equipment. This article highlights several machines for use in packaging finished products. Also featured are new packaging
  • Sucking the Cost - and Complexity - Out of Conveying Systems
    , materials are exposed to air and dirt, waste is a constant worry, and particulates that endanger expensive equipment can slow or jam it. With constant economic pressures and attention focused on the bottom line, it's mandatory that plant professionals seek alternatives and improvements

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