faq
  • 2014-08
    To extend the life of Trommel Screen, follow the maintenance and storage guidelines.
  • 2014-08
    All conveyor parts which may be subject to wear (wheels, chains, attachment, scraper bars) should be checked regularly for wear or damage. Chain contact surface are subject to normal wear, the extent of which is governed by chain quality, number of link movement, contact load and material handled.
  • 2014-08
    Installation of chain bucket elevator is very important to ensure it proper operation and longer lifespan. The chain bucket elevator is actually used chain as the transmission medium and enclosed it with a casing. The chain and shaft alignment maintenance are vital to ensure proper operation. Although alignment is checked by the manufacturer prior to shipment, correct and proper care must be maintained during erection to ensure a straight and plumb casing from head to boot section as a twist or leaning casing would prevent proper tracking of belt on the pulleys.
  • 2014-08
    Bearing is the essential parts in a vibrating screen. When there is problem with the bearing, the vibrating screen unable to operate as usual. Normally, continuous vibrating of screening surface can cause damage to bearing. How we can prevent the damage of bearing under normal operation of vibrating screen? Let’s us share with you the knowledge.
  • 2014-08
    Most of the drivers understand that proper wheel alignment for your vehicle is paramount to your safety and extends the life of your tires, provides better mileage and gives more comfortable ride. Similarly, proper alignment of the “scale area” is paramount to satisfactory operation of a belt conveyor scale. Most scale manufacturers have established strict guidelines for installing and aligning belt conveyor scales. Failure to follow these guidelines may result in less than favorable scale accuracies and repeatability.
  • 2014-08
    In a wood processing industry, wood waste is an arising issue. The wood processing industries want to convert the wastes into profit. The processed wood waste discharged from a size-reduction machine varies widely in sizes. The general geometric form of the processed wood may range from a coarse fragment or shred of wood to a sharp edged ship. Most manufacturing feedstock specifications call for a certain size range of shreds and chips. Hence, processors must remove the unacceptable sizes from the fiber to satisfy these size requirements. Fragments or chips that are larger than the allowable s
  • 2014-08
    Maintaining mining machinery is something that must be done to prevent major problems down the operation. Do you all know a good maintenance is very important in prolong the lifespan of a machinery? This is because improper maintenance will shorten the lifespan of machinery and cause it to breakdown frequently. Indirectly, this will increase the repair cost and production cost. Besides, it also slows down the production lines. In addition, there are workers who involved in accident or fatal accident every year due to non-maintained mining machinery equipment and improper training. Let’s Henan
  • 2014-08
    Belt conveyors are universally used in industrial settings and in packaging and assembling units. It used to transport regular and irregular shaped items from one point to another regardless of their weight. The transmission can be in a horizontal, vertical or inclined, depending on the type of belt conveyor used. It is widely used in mining, metallurgy, chemical, construction, food, machinery, building, light industry and etc. Belt is an essential element in a conveyor belts. The efficiency of conveyor depends on the belt types. Inappropriate usage of belt type may harm the conveyor and short
  • 2014-08
    In carbon mining industry, screening equipment plays an important roles. It determines the production capability and size of materials. Hence, the selection and configuration of the screening equipment is vital. Our company will provide advices based on our experiences in manufacturing screening equipment to our customers.
  • 2014-08
    Typical Conveyor Hazards and Safeguarding Methods
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