PERMITTING – October 2017

Concrete Crushing Permit Approved The Medina, Ohio, Planning Commission gave the Osborne Concrete Co. a conditional zoning permit to continue operation of its concrete-crushing operation despite complaints of noise and dust pollution from residents of two nearby housing developments, according to The Gazette. The decision was made after an hour-long meeting behind closed doors, which was called when the five members…

Read More

Van der Graaf Drum Motors Require No Maintenance

A drum motor is a one-component conveyor drive where the motor, gear drive and all moving parts are enclosed inside the drum. The motor and gears operate in a sealed oil bath ensuring proper lubrication and cooling. With no external motor, gear reducer, sprockets, chain or required chain guard, no external component maintenance is required.

Read More

The Negative Implications of Using Replicator Spare Parts on Slurry Pumps

Replicating spare parts for slurry pumps is a serious issue in the mining industry, for both solution providers and the mine operators who utilize them. Mining operators are under intense pressure to minimize operational costs. As a result, initial costs are often more important than total ownership costs, making non-OEM spare parts more appealing.

Read More
1 2 3