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An Australian Iron Ore site had stationary trackers installed that did not move with the belt, resulting in a multitude of problems. The site changed out all the trackers on the belt, replacing each with a PT Max™ Belt Trainer, and removed all previous issues – including belt damage and spillage.
When a major food operation in India struggled with product scrap, productivity issues, clean up, and most importantly belt mistracking due to material carryback on the mixer reversible belt, the FGP Food Grade Precleaner from Flexco was the answer.
Just having the right product solutions isn't always enough. This was the case when a Flexco representative helped his customer recognize that simply paying attention to transition distances was the key to eliminate spillage and dust at the load zone.
After only five days of use, the polyurethane soft skirting being used by a major iron ore manufacturer was damaged and ineffective. After conducting a side-by-side trial with Flexco's skirting solution, there was a clear winner.
A major airport was experiencing problems during the regular baggage X-Ray inspection process, with bags or their contents exhibiting false positive images of metallic devices that appeared to be long and pointed. The use of the Flexco® Alligator ® Spiral Lace (ASL) Fastening System was suggested in order to minimize the risks of false positive screen readings.
A large parcel handling operation was experiencing problems with packages getting stuck in the transfer point between the power curves and straight conveyors. Thanks to the Narrow Gap Segmented Transfer Plate from Flexco, the number of returned packages within the conveyor system was eliminated, the operator stationed in the returns section was reassigned to other duties, and the package barcode can be read with no problem.
A major airport was experiencing problems with bags or their contents getting trapped in transfer points between conveyors. Installing Narrow Gap Segmented Transfer Plates from Flexco in these areas resulted in a reduction of unscheduled downtime and increased system effectiveness.
The endless belt at a bakery could not be removed, making it difficult to clean food product that migrated under the belt, polluting rollers and the conveyor interior. With Alligator Spiral Lacing, the belts can now be unhinged and the conveyor can easily be cleaned, without the risk of product contamination.
A lamb processing facility in New Zealand was experiencing severe carryback on a conveyor in its lamb processing room. Installation of the FGP instantly salvaged up to 44 lbs. (20kg) of lamb per day, adding to stock levels and reducing waste.
The brush cleaner that was servicing a cleated incline belt at a pulp processing plant was not working correctly, with constant plugging that was causing carryback issues. The uniquely patterned bristles on the Flexco Motorized Brush Cleaner helped reduce material build up and clogging, while adjustable tensioners made it easy to ensure the brush is in constant contact with the belt as the bristles wear.
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