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Conveyor Belt Cleaners Reduce Life Cycle Cost

Conveyor belt cleaner blades from Martin Engineering are available in a wide array of shapes, sizes and materials, designed with the company’s patented Constant-Area Radial Pressure (CARP) technology to deliver consistent cleaning throughout all stages of blade life.

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Polydeck Introduces a New Scalping Solution

Armadex – bolt-down rubber screen sections from Polydeck – represents a new top-deck extreme-duty scalping solution, according to the company. This custom rubber-screening product uses Binary Injection Molding (BIM) technology, a proprietary Polydeck manufacturing method that produces more than 10 times the pressure normally used to produce compression-molded rubber.

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Metso Launches New Screening, Conveying Division

At a special press event at AGG1, Metso Corp.’s VP Distributor Sales Americas Adrian Quigg announced the combining of two interdependent product lines: Screening Media Solutions and Conveyor Solutions.

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Vibration Analysis System Maximizes Product Quality, Uptime, Profit

Operations relying on screening as a key component in their value chain are now able to maximize product quality, uptime and profit by closely monitoring their vibrating screens to achieve peak performance and efficiency, thanks to the wireless Vibration Analysis System and Vibration Analysis Partnership Program completely designed by W.S. Tyler. The system and the program can help mines and quarries enhance product quality, improve productivity, reduce unscheduled maintenance and extend screen life, all of which translate to more profitability.

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A Wind-Win Situation

By Mark S. Kuhar

Nine out of every 10 articles written on the topic of wind power will likely contain the Bob Dylan song lyric, “the answer is blowin’ in the wind.” But I submit to you, the questions are blowing in the wind.

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