The lifespan of a Heyl & Patterson Railcar Dumper can be measured in decades. It is not uncommon for unloading facilities to have equipment with a useful life that exceeds 30 years. To maintain the integrity of the equipment and prolong this lengthy lifespan upgrades are essential.
Two-stage screening process with the 600mm Russell Compact Sieve helps confectionery manufacturer to keep product loss to a minimum
Keeping product loss to a minimum and increasing the efficiency of production processes are essential for any manufacturer. Within confectionery manufacturing processes, raw materials such as sugar are often reclaimed for reuse. This demonstration video shows how redundant pieces of marshmallow are sieved with the vibratory screener Russell Compact Sieve® to recover sugar.
CASE showcases complete solutions for construction businesses and new introductions at Bauma 2016
CASE Construction Equipment will show its full line of equipment and services for the construction industry at the BAUMA 2016 exhibition. CASE will display its offering for the urban construction, road building, aggregates and recycling applications, dedicating areas of its ample 3,216 square metre stand to each market segment. Iveco vehicles for the construction industry, with the New Eurocargo 4×4 on its first public appearance, the Daily 4×4 steel 3-way tipper, the Trakker 6×6 3-lateral tipper and the Astra HD9 8×6 rear tipper, complete the offer on the stand.
The design of the stand will draw visitors towards a central point where they will discover the new D Series crawler excavator models and the 580ST backhoe loader featuring the new backhoe boom and loader arm that will be launched at the exhibition. Also in pride of place will be the best-in-class grader, “the new leader in the CASE team” that extended the brand’s offering when it was introduced at Intermat 2015. New features of the CASE® SiteWatchTM telematics system will also be unveiled at BAUMA 2016.
An extensive range of F Series wheel loaders will be on display across the stand, with units in the Aggregates, Recycling, Road Building and Urban Construction areas. The latter will also showcase the brand’s ranges of skid steer loaders and mini excavators, which are particularly well suited to this type of application. Also in this area of the stand will be the CX80 midi excavator that satisfies the most demanding customers with its superior comfort and premium features.
The CASE team welcoming visitors on the stand will be on hand to talk them through the new introductions and the brand’s offering for their businesses. The Service and Parts teams as well as CNH Industrial Capital, will also be available to explain all the ways the brand is able to support customers in partnership with its dealers, providing complete business solutions that include tailored financing packages, extended warranty, planned maintenance programmes, competitive cost of ownership, efficient parts and technical service.
Three of the machines on the stand – a wheel loader and a skid steer loader from the Road Building area, and a compact wheel loader from Urban Construction display – will also star in a lively show that will entertain visitors on the stand at regular intervals throughout the BAUMA 2016 exhibition.
It’s time for more: the D Series crawler excavator offering grows with 5 new models
CASE will expand the range of D Series crawler excavators, which made its debut at Intermat 2015, with five new models – the CX130D, CX160D and CX180D in the medium range and the CX490D and CX500D heavy models. Like the previously launched models, the new additions to the range stand out for their productivity, with their fast cycles, and their efficiency. They all feature Tier 4 Final (Stage IV) maintenance-free technology with no DPF that results in low running costs. The big performance comes with superior comfort and safety.
The Construction King offers more choice: new backhoe boom and loader arm on the 580ST
CASE will also introduce a new backhoe design with in-line cylinder geometry and inner Extendahoe on its 580ST model. This will be available in addition to the existing CASE DNA boom with overlapping cylinders and outer Extendahoe, giving customers the choice of design that best matches their requirements.
CASE equipment for aggregates applications in action at nearby gravel pit
Visitors to the CASE stand will also have the opportunity to see the latest products for aggregates applications in action at a gravel pit located in the nearby village of Aschheim. CASE shuttles will leave twice a day from the stand, for a morning and an afternoon visit. Participants will be able to see demonstrations of the new D Series crawler excavators, wheel loaders and dozers in action, working with an Iveco heavy duty truck. They will also have the opportunity to test drive some of the units, and refreshments will be offered. The visits will begin on Monday 11 April afternoon and will continue until the last one on the afternoon of Saturday 16 April.
As a reliable specialist and system supplier for large-radius pipe bends, pipe couplings and branch pipes for pneumatic conveyors, our high availability of tubes in all common sizes and diameters as well as a quick delivery is what makes hs-Umformtechnik stand out.
CMAC chooses EDEM® simulation software to support research and training in advanced pharmaceutical manufacturing.
Edinburgh, Scotland – 4 February, 2016 – DEM Solutions, the Discrete Element Method (DEM) specialist and market leader, announced it has joined CMAC as a tier 2 industry partner and will provide its EDEM software to integrate into the Centre’s research program.
Pulsor und Impulsdüse blasen Druckluftimpulse mit einem Druck von 6 bar und einer Frequenz von 5 Hz in das Produkt in einem Silo ein. Die Luft strömt aufgrund der speziellen Bauart der Impulsdüse sternförmig und parallel zur Innenwand des Silotrichters.
Control Concepts is pleased to introduce FlowEZE, a new Airsweep® Systems mascot developed to assist in marketing the Airsweep® Material Flow Systems product line and featured in a new video ”Flow Problems? Get FlowEZE!”
The new Global Cleanable Airlock (GCA) is ideal for applications where dry raw or finished products are being handled in the process and where inspection or system clean-out are required. Because the GCA is designed for high process rates and possesses a number of features suited for sanitary processes the airlock is perfect for food and pet food applications.
Erie, PA—Eriez® Vice President of Sales and Marketing Charlie Ingram announces customers around the world made 2015 the most successful year ever for the company in terms of metal detector sales. “In addition to increased sales in North America, we experienced significant growth in the Pacific Rim, Latin American and South American countries,” says Ingram.
Eriez metal detection sales have been on the rise for the past several years, prompting the company to double its metal detector manufacturing capacity at the Erie, PA. headquarters plant in 2014. This investment enabled Eriez to shorten lead times, meet growing demand and keep metal detector manufacturing in the United States.
Ray Spurgeon, Product Manager – Metal Detection, says Eriez’ experience and longevity have been vital components in helping the company to surpass competitors and achieve record-setting metal detector sales. “As a team, we have hundreds of years of combined practice in the design, R&D and manufacturing of detectors,” he says. “Over the past two decades while a number of competitors have merged or closed, we have gained tremendous market share in all areas of food processing, rubber/tires, plastics, nutraceuticals and more.”
According to Spurgeon, Eriez has remained deeply committed to continual product advancement over the 30 years the company has been in the metal detector business. The recently introduced Xtreme® Metal Detector is Eriez’ seventh generation system.
The Xtreme Metal Detector has earned rave reviews from customers for its user-friendly interface which is designed after today’s smart phones. “Users have the main functionality mastered in five to 10 minutes,” explains Spurgeon. Advanced Xtreme Metal Detectors also boast greater sensitivity and offer SMART (system monitoring and reporting) capability and 24/7 support.
Eriez is recognized as world authority in separation technologies. The company’s magnetic lift and separation, metal detection, fluid filtration, flotation, materials feeding, screening, conveying and controlling equipment have application in the process, metalworking, packaging, plastics, rubber, recycling, food, mining, aggregate and textile industries. Eriez manufactures and markets these products through 12 international facilities located on six continents. For more information, call toll-free (888) 300-ERIEZ (3743) within the U.S. and Canada.
Easy steps to closing the door.
High profile cyber attacks on banks, charities, telecom companies etc have hit the headlines lately, but your plant is just as much at risk! Have you evaluated how secure your plant is?
Modern industrial control systems (ICS) have an unprecedented level of connectedness to each other and to the outside world. This brings numerous benefits now that connected sensors are cheaper and easier to develop and gives the opportunity for much greater level of plant data interrogation. Nowadays even the most basic control system is invariably connected to a computer. However, this very connectivity that brings such great benefits also opens up a hazard – attacks from unfriendly parties.
There are potentially serious consequences should vulnerabilities to ICS be exploited.
Although there are various ways to attack an ICS environment, the most common methods to achieve practical impact on operations fall into three categories: loss, denial and manipulation. Cyber-attacks on ICS can result in numerous impediments such as: denial of service, unauthorised control of the manufacturing process, loss of integrity, loss of confidentiality and loss of an organisation’s reputation. Organisations in the process industry must approach the problem of ICS attacks pragmatically; “It is not a matter of if it will happen, but when it will happen!”
The processing community must complete the necessary assessment, engineering and instrumentation tasks to plan for and deal with the potential for attacks on ICS environments on the best terms. ICS can no longer use security through obscurity as a suitable kind of defence against cyber-attacks.
In a bid to help industrialists better prepare for this possible infringement to their ICS network security, experts at the Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling Technology have devised a one day short course that examines this topic from design through to installation. It will inform attendees of best practice in industry such as strategies, activities, or approaches, which have been shown to be effective through research, evaluation and implementation.
The Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling Technology
University of Greenwich