Engineering & Mining Journal

JUN 2019

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JUNE 2019 • E&MJ 109 EQUIPMENT GALLERY Smaller Mixers Offer Reliability, Strength SPX FLOW reported its Compact Series mixers leverage its Lightnin Series tech- nology, providing a more standardized solution for users requiring faster avail- ability. The mixers are ideal of open- or sealed-tank applications, the company re- ported. They feature high-effi ciency impel- lers, True Dry Well, and protection against lubricants seeping past shaft seals. They offer a solution that provides the reliabili- ty, strength and effi ciency of the Lightnin mixers, but in a compact footprint with reduced weight and easy installation, the company reported. The range covers pow- ers of 0.75 kW–55 kW with speeds of 13 rpm-155 rpm, and is available with OSHA, CE and ATEX certifi cation. www.spxfl Wear Panels for Weight-sensitive Zones FLSmidth announced FerroCer 22, de- scribed as impact wear panels designed for weight-sensitive zones of abrasion and moderate impact. The unique matrix design of the panel construction combines the strength and malleability of steel with the superior abrasion resistance of ceramics, FLS- midth reported. Weighing 2.8 kg each, they are designed for areas requiring light- weight panels, such as reclaimer buckets and screen boxes. The panels meet all safety regulations for size and weight, the company reported. Each panel attaches with a single bolt and nut, and can be installed using standard hand tools. www.fl Easy-to-apply Dust Control Formula Reynolds Soil Technologies announced Guardian Dust Binder, pitched as an all-purpose formula to control dust, erosion and sediment. Benefi ts offered include a reduction in water consumption, extend- ed time between repeat water application, fl eet optimization, operational savings, and the ability to meet environmental obliga- tions, the company reported. Easy to store and apply, the solution dissolves quickly in water in carts and spray systems. Once ap- plied, operators monitor the site and adjust the dosage as needed. Central Source for Digital Services Voith announced MyVoith, described as a global platform that functions as a central source for the company's digital services and business-related information. The platform offers access to applications, ser- vices and data from Voith. These include web shops, asset management solutions, and further self-service applications, as well as the Voith Internet-of-Things appli- cations and services. Maximize Tire Life with the MICHELIN ® XDR 3 Protect your rig- id dump trucks with the dura- ble MICHELIN ® XDR ® 3 tire. This tire offers great- er resistance to aggression and better longevity thanks to a rev- olutionary tread pattern. The in- terlocking shoulder blocks and ex- cellent load distribution allow this new tread to take on tough jobs. The MEMS-ready MICHELIN ® XDR ® 3 is WKH ORQJODVWLQJ WLUH \RXU ÁHHW QHHGV to maximize uptime.

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