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The spiral pulley is part of CPA's range of conveyor pulleys.

Engineered conveyor pulleys

Conveyor Pulleys Australia (CPA), a subsidiary of TSS, specialises in engineered conveyor pulleys in standard or custom designs. Read more »
The Little Duggie gets to work under an operating conveyor.

Safe material recovery and clean up

Minprovise’s Dugless 900 (fondly known as the “Little Duggie”) is designed to crawl under conveyors and is remote-controlled to allow the operator to stand clear from harm’s way.
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HD AFD models can save time and money in a range of applications because there is no need to laser align the motor and gearbox shafts.

Alignment-free drives benefit PNG mine expansion

ThyssenKrupp is deploying Bonfiglioli alignment-free drives engineered for optimum reliability and cost-efficiency at a major gold mine expanding production in Papua New Guinea. Read more »
The MOVITRAC LTP B frequency inverter series is available in a robust IP55 enclosure for the complete power range.

Drive train efficiency yields solid gains

Consideration of the “total systems efficiency” of a drive solution allows quarry operators and OEMs to save energy and maintenance costs while improving site safety. Read more »
The PowerFlex 525 AC drive can be mounted zero-stacked both horizontally and vertically.

Best in class features of new compact drives

Rockwell Automation has introduced its compact Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 525 AC drive to help machine builders and end users simplify equipment design and operation, and speed installation and configuration. Read more »
Veyance’s expansion project includes increased cranage capacity.

Conveyor supplier defies manufacturing's "bleak" future

We often hear nowadays about the competitive pressures Australia’s manufacturing industry is experiencing. However, in a demonstration of its future manufacturing confidence, Veyance Belting has committed $32 million to expand its conveyor belt production capacity at its Melbourne plant. Read more »
Thanks to auditing, manufacturers think more now about maintenance and installation as part of the product design process.

Changing technology: The advancement of belt conveyor products

Advancements in technology, paired with a better understanding of the impact of downtime on operating costs, have yielded products that are more efficient and faster than ever to install and maintain on the belt conveyor, explains Chip Winiarski. Read more »
Kinder & Co is very confident about putting its branding on all the products it sells.

Brands: What are you really buying into?

Some brands and registered products command more respect and trust than others. In certain industries, the trust companies have in the brands their suppliers offer can mean not only greater profitability and productivity, but sometimes the difference between a supplier’s viability and insolvency. Read more »


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