New Products & Supplier News
Rio Tinto’s $1.1bn Cape Lambert upgrade project, in which modules were used to extend an ore wharf by 256 metres to create four berths and to erect a stockyard during busy port operations, has been recognised for its engineering excellence.
Bonfiglioli Transmission (Australia) has developed an alignment-free configuration to extend the versatility of its new HD series of advanced heavy duty drives.
Australian independent bulk materials handling solutions provider, Kinder & Co, has announced the appointment of Charles Pratt to the position of operations manager.
Queensland mining services company Reynolds Soil Technologies (RST) is applying its revolutionary dust suppression products at some of the country’s busiest shipping ports.
Innovative low-maintenance and compact gearbox designs from Bonfiglioli will enhance the efficiency of the new GeelongPort Corio Quay wood chip ship loader.
One of the weakest links in stamping, fabrication and materials handling machinery can be the seals in traditional cylinders used to actuate the equipment involved.
Superior Industries, a manufacturer of conveyor systems and components, has introduced a new conveyor mobility option - Radial Travel Tracks - two 24-inch steel tracks on each side of the conveyor.
Bulk Handling Global has recently been appointed Australasian agent for B.S.P Engineering (Italy) who provide spiralled silo systems using a rolled lipp form structure that does not require welding.
Helix Technologies has completed development of a new version of the Helix delta-T Conveyor Design program which was first launched in 1991 and is now used in 25 countries by thousands of conveyor designers.
PrecisionScreen has previewed the new Sandvik QE440 to quarry and mining customers looking for the most advanced system for high-capacity scalping applications.
Problems associated with portable tote bins usually emerge when difficult materials are encountered that simply will not discharge when the manual slide gate is opened.
With doors opening at 10 a.m. on Tuesday 4th August, the bulk handling industry is preparing for the opening of BULKEX, the Asia Pacific’s largest and most tightly focused bulk and powder handling trade show.
Atlas Copco says its oil-free multi-scroll compressors SF 17 and 22 consist of up to four new 5.5 kW compressor element modules, making it possible to adapt the compressor to a customer’s required air demand, in comparison with the previous 3.7 kW element and the SF 11 to 15 kW.
Accuweigh-Budpak will display a large bag packaging machine at Bulkex 2009 -- ESSE GI’s F1200 -- which measures seven metres high and weighs up to five tonnes. The company will also exhibit a DTS80 doser.
Powder handler Nu-Con Australia will showcase its ‘demountable' Rotary Magnet, BFM fittings, Venturi Eductors, a new blower range and demountable rotary valves.
POGC says it will be presenting at BULKEX the widest available range of dust explosion prevention and protection technology.
Ansac will exhibit its R series rotary valves, RFS series rotary floating shoe valves, D series dump valves and a screw auger from one of its screw conveyors.
With the local release of the XL series silo unloaders, Australian Harvestore says it has a perfect cure for “hammer-rash.” The firm will offer one XL machine duty-free at BULKEX.
For the first time, Famson will be attending a major exhibition as part of Ahrens Materials Handling, to showcase its range of grain conveying equipment to the Australian grain and fertiliser industries.
At BULKEX 2009 leading drives solutions group, SEW-Eurodrive, will launch its Australian-assembled X-Series industrial gear-unit range.