MARTIN ENGINEERING

Mexican cement manufacturer addresses conveyor carryback

Martin Engineering, one of the world leaders in conveyor bulk handling solutions, has used its innovative belt cleaning technology to help a cement manufacturer resolve fugitive material buildup caused by a variety of alternative fuel resources (AFRs). Holcim Mexico increased the use of solid and liquid AFRs at one of its facilities, but the change resulted in spillage and carryback that caused equipment failures, cleanup and maintenance costs estimated at $ 67 000 per month. The solution from Martin Engineering Mexico has significantly decreased the amount of spillage, increased workplace...

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