Fast Delivery of a Modulaveyor for an Iron Ore Mine in Tasmania
When a surge pile of 200 tonnes of mined material collapsed in a mine in Tasmania the existing modular conveyor system had to be replaced as quickly as possible.
Fenner Dunlop was the only company in the region that could guarantee quick delivery and installation of a 450mm wide and 30m long modular-built belt conveyor.
Designed for the quarrying and mining industries, the new Modulaveyor is available in widths of 350mm, 450mm, 600mm and 750mm and features a flat and trough profile with belt speed and power selection to suit the application with a plain or cleated conveyor belt. It also allows variable speed drives (VSD), safety lanyards and fully customisable head and tail sections to incorporate loading options and belt cleaning solutions. A triple labyrinth seal on all rollers is standard on the Modulaveyor’s, which has become industry standard in the quarry sector. Roller shells are UHMWPE, to minimise the risk of belt damage. Moreover, stainless steel shafts and bearings are available on request.
The Modulaveyor was assembled and dispatched in only 48hrs, and it was already on-site hard at work at the end of the same week.
The outcome of this project shows once again Fenner Dunlop's commitment with supporting and in delivering head to tail Engineered Conveyor Solutions for our customers. Sales and commissioning were completed by Statewide Belting Service (TAS) and designed, manufactured and assembled by Belle Banne Conveyor Services (VIC), both members of Fenner Dunlop Australia group of companies.