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Tag: Martin Engineering

A series of air cannons can be programmed to deliver precisely-timed operation for maximum benefit. (Photo: Martin Engineering)

How flow aids can help conveyor operation

October 28, 2021By

Innovative flow aid solutions are available to resolve some of the most pesky material handling dilemmas in conveyor operations.

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Martin Engineering offering online learning content

August 17, 2021By

Eight new modules provided by Martin Engineering offer ways to improve safety, maximize efficiency and achieve lower operating costs.

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A long conveyor can transport bulk material faster and more consistently than vehicles. Photo: Martin Engineering

Tips to effectively maintain long conveyors

June 22, 2021By

There are a number of challenges to consider when it comes to monitoring and servicing remote transfer points. John Barickman, senior product development engineer at Martin Engineering, shares his insights.

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The very latest in conveying and material handling equipment

April 19, 2021By

Looking for conveying and material handling equipment solutions? Here are some possibilities for your operation, including options in skirting, impact beds, belt cleaners and idlers.

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Says Eriez’s Darrell Milton: “Heavy industry folks take safety very seriously. They don’t want anybody injured or any black marks. I see a high degree of safety put into consideration.” Photo: Eriez

Safety considerations to make around conveyors

August 21, 2020By

Equipment manufacturers offer insights to keep employees safe around conveying and material handling equipment.

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Reduce conveyor maintenance by improving access

February 20, 2020By

Conveyor manufacturers have responded to the need for increased accessibility to system components by developing components and accessories specially designed to reduce labor while improving safety during service.

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The mainframes on the QC1+ are three-piece assemblies, with a square center section and a torque tube sliding into each end. Photo courtesy of Martin Engineering

New belt cleaner design reduces inventory

December 19, 2019By

An adjustable conveyor belt cleaner design from Martin Engineering allows operators to stock a single size of replacement units and cut to length to fit virtually any conveyor.

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Conveyor transfer point design considerations

August 27, 2019By

Check out some advice for employing cleaner, safer and more productive conveying systems at your operation.

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