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Coal-Fired Power Plants
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A major iron ore processing facility in Western Australia was embarking on a de-bottlenecking project at one of their biggest ports and was seeking to improve transfer chute functions to increase tonnages and throughput, while increasing belt availability.
Several problems led to a complete overhaul of belt cleaners at an auto glass manufacturer in the Midwest. Results were immediate as a visual inspection revealed that carryback was reduced approximately 85% - a significant improvement.
The homemade belt cleaner that was being used at an East Coast glass manufacturer was not effectively cleaning of the belt, resulting in glass embedding in the belt. Installation of an FGP Precleaner with a spring tensioner allowed the cleaner to work with the belt without causing damage or belt wear.
The serpentine drive that was used on the recycling belts at a paper plant was experiencing a lot of slippage on the drive pulley because of the water involved in the process. Once Flex-Lag® Weld-On™ Ceramic Pulley Lagging was installed, both the slippage and mistracking issues were resolved, extending the life of the belt and ensuring the product stays on the belt.
A paper plant in the U.S. had long been vulcanizing their belts using a water-cooled press that took three hours to cook the belt. During a demonstration, the plant manager watched the Novitool® Aero® Splice Press complete a quality splice in 13 minutes from set-up to completion.
The maintenance team at an underground mine learned that not all belt cutters are created equal when it switched from a Flexco Cordless Electric Belt Cutter to another one. While the cutter worked similarly in the belt shop, taking it on location was a nightmare.
The tripper conveyor at a potash storage house in Canada was mistracking, resulting in spillage and conveyor structure damage. In the search for something better, the maintenance team came across the PT™ Smart Belt Trainer and PT™ Max Belt Trainer, and found the “pivot and tilt” design to be effective at restoring the belt back to center.
An underground mine was looking for a tool that could improve worker safety, reduce time spent installing, and produce consistent splices. While demonstrating the Pneumatic Single Rivet Drive, the crew found it to be fast, consistent, and less physically demanding. Time spent fastening the 20 belts was reduced to only nine hours, a savings of about 85%.
A mine located in West Virginia was looking to increase the efficiency of its belt conveyor maintenance, while still obtaining a high-quality splice. When combined with the SR™ Rivet Hinged Fasteners, the Pneumatic Single Rivet Driver produced a professionally installed splice consistently and quickly each and every time.
A mine located in the Midwest was looking for a better, more efficient way to install splices than the traditional hammer-applied method. After a few times studies, the customer noticed a significant reduction in its average splice time, roughly 40 percent, when using the Pneumatic Single Rivet Driver.
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