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Author: Carolynn Sarver

Powder Handling Solution Nicely Handles Cement Powder

February 10, 2014

Discharge bulk bags inside the warehouse, with product conveyed outside through the roof. A maker of burglary and fire resistant safes, vaults and security equipment since 1992, Oakville, Ontario-based Access Security Products uses the best technology and unrivaled quality in distribution of its solutions throughout North America and beyond, with clients that include government agencies, financial institutions and security-equipment dealers. For example, a proprietary cement mixture found in the walls of the company’s safes and vaults renders them almost impenetrable to both thieves and fire.  This castable material has extremely high compressive strength for maximum burglary resistance. In the production [...]

Selecting A Mechanical Conveyor

January 23, 2014

Selecting a mechanical conveyor for material handling solutions will depend on the specific requirements of the end user.  Points to consider are:  safety, energy consumption, prevention of contamination, dust containment and minimal degrading of the product.  The budget and return on investment will determine the level of sophistication and the suitability of a particular conveyor to meet the application. During the conveyor selection process a specification must be prepared to define the constraints the conveyor must achieve whatever the industry.   This should include characteristics of the ingredients being handled, conveying capacity, material of construction, dimensional constraints (layout) and any [...]

Bulk Bag Unloaders: What are your choices?

November 26, 2013

Learn about our eleven different standard models of bulk bag unloaders available to provide discharge by volume or by weight.  Many features are available to customize your unloader for your specific application! T1 Simple Support Frame Bulk Bag Unloader Our T1 Simple Support Frame Bulk Bag Unloader is an economic alternative for straight forward applications where:  The product to be discharged is completely free flowing and dust free, requiring no flow aids or containment.  Uncontrolled 'choke feeding' from bulk bags is acceptable where no other flow regulation is required once the neck ties are released.  An operator is present through [...]