The latest in cutting-edge aggregate equipment

By |  July 26, 2021

Regal Beloit Corp.’s Tag-It program creates a path for continuous facility improvement by enabling faster maintenance and simplifying the MRO (maintenance, repair and operations) procurement process. Users can easily add Perceptiv diagnostic services remote monitoring to keep an eye on critical equipment, Regal says. With the program, users can scan a QR code and obtain product information to correctly identify units and minimize errors. This allows facilities to obtain the right parts at the right time to help maintain a safe and productive operation.

Conveyor combines truck-unloading, ship-loading capabilities


Photo: Superior

Superior Industries completed development of a new model TeleStacker conveyor for loading dry bulk cargo ships. The multipurpose mobile conveyor incorporates truck-unloading and ship-loading capabilities into a single machine. Mobility is one of the most important functions of the ship-loading TeleStacker conveyor, the company says. All-wheel travel capability means moves are easy throughout confined quays and terminals, including carousel, crab, parallel, inline and radial movements. Adjusting wheel positions takes less than a minute, the company says, meaning moves from hatch to hatch or from storage to operation are easier and faster than ever. Many movements can take place during active material handling to maintain consistent feeding of the ship, Superior adds.

App allows for conveyor monitoring


Fenner Dunlop Americas enhanced its conveyor monitoring services with BIRDSi, a digital tool delivering conveyor operators real-time, remote access to belt performance. According to Fenner Dunlop, the company’s EagleEye sensing system powers BIRDSi. EagleEye is a permanent device affixed to conveyor belts that continuously captures belt health events. By connecting EagleEye to BIRDSi, operators can monitor belts remotely via a computer, smartphone or tablet to reduce downtime and resolve issues more quickly. BIRDSi automatically monitors the status of all conveyors from a single dashboard, Fenner Dunlop says.

Digitized screen features intelligent control system


Photo: thyssenkrupp

thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions developed a new multi vibrating screen featuring an intelligent control system. According to thyssenkrupp, goovi ensures good vibrations in secondary and tertiary screening within crushed stone or gravel applications. A new drive technology is combined with an innovative control system to provide an increase in operational flexibility, product quality and performance, the company says. The goovi is driven at four different points – one on the front, back and each side – resulting in an optimum stress distribution in sidewalls, thyssenkrupp adds. The goovi uses fewer rotating parts than convention screens, the company adds, translating to a lower weight and height, as well as reduced maintenance and wear. Two or three standard unbalance motors are installed at each drive point, so each goovi is driven by eight or 12 motors, depending on size.

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