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World’s biggest conveyor belt factory has inaugurated a huge dynamic splice tester as per DIN 22110 part 3. Its pulleys have a diameter of 2500 mm, the cylinders have a stroke of 900 mm and the tension range is from 300 to 5400 kN. This is already the second test bench of this size in China.

On 2016.12.17, Vale inaugurated world’s largest mining project ever, with a production of 90 Mt/a of iron ore to be reached in 2020. S11D is a truckless mine with a total belt conveyor length of 68 km. The system replaces traditional mining trucks (OHT); 100 of them with a capacity of 240 t would have been required. Without trucks, Vale reduces fuel consumption by 80 %, and significantly reduces waste such as tires, filters and lubricants. There will be at least 50 % of greenhouse gas emissions (= 130.000 t of CO 2 ) less per year. And 18.000 MWh/a of electricity are going to be saved.

Nonstop conveyor belt monitoring based on X-ray technology is about to revolutionize long distance conveyor belt performance. Virtually every cubic millimeter of a conveyor belt is scrutinized. It is the perfect part of Preventive Maintenance and Industrial Internet of Things. More…

Subsequent to a decree of May 2013, according to which main steel cord conveyor belts have to be equipped with a belt and splice health monitoring device, a further tightening is coming into force: As of October 2016, all belt conveyors must be equipped with a rip detection device.

A new kind of adhesive for cold splicing and repairing of conveyor belts has been launched. This one-component glue makes warehousing and dispatch easier, no activation is necessary, errors by wrong dosage of activator are eliminated, there is no vulcanization in the tin.

A smart way to design conveyor belts as per DIN 22101 (2002 or 2011 issues) employing dynamic splice efficiency, is reducing the belt rating and bringing down overall costs. It is described in a paper called "State-of-the-art long distance conveyor belt design" published in Coal Asia Magazine.

World’s biggest conveyor belt factory has inaugurated a huge dynamic splice tester as per DIN 22110 part 3. Its pulleys have a diameter of 2500 mm, the cylinders have a stroke of 900 mm and the tension range is from 300 to 5400 kN. This is already the second test bench of this size in China.

On 2016.12.17, Vale inaugurated world’s largest mining project ever, with a production of 90 Mt/a of iron ore to be reached in 2020. S11D is a truckless mine with a total belt conveyor length of 68 km. The system replaces traditional mining trucks (OHT); 100 of them with a capacity of 240 t would have been required. Without trucks, Vale reduces fuel consumption by 80 %, and significantly reduces waste such as tires, filters and lubricants. There will be at least 50 % of greenhouse gas emissions (= 130.000 t of CO 2 ) less per year. And 18.000 MWh/a of electricity are going to be saved.

Nonstop conveyor belt monitoring based on X-ray technology is about to revolutionize long distance conveyor belt performance. Virtually every cubic millimeter of a conveyor belt is scrutinized. It is the perfect part of Preventive Maintenance and Industrial Internet of Things. More…

Subsequent to a decree of May 2013, according to which main steel cord conveyor belts have to be equipped with a belt and splice health monitoring device, a further tightening is coming into force: As of October 2016, all belt conveyors must be equipped with a rip detection device.

A new kind of adhesive for cold splicing and repairing of conveyor belts has been launched. This one-component glue makes warehousing and dispatch easier, no activation is necessary, errors by wrong dosage of activator are eliminated, there is no vulcanization in the tin.

A smart way to design conveyor belts as per DIN 22101 (2002 or 2011 issues) employing dynamic splice efficiency, is reducing the belt rating and bringing down overall costs. It is described in a paper called "State-of-the-art long distance conveyor belt design" published in Coal Asia Magazine.