Fenner’s new Usflex super-heavy-duty belt can withstand some of the toughest environments the iron ore industry can throw at it.
With the increasing awareness of the risks associated with respirable dust in underground coal mines, mining companies have been progressively introducing more and more water into the underground environment in an effort to manage the risk.
Due to nature of the mining process, the majority of this water makes its way onto the mines conveyor system, creating major spillage issues along with material degradation. Traditional ‘fixed’ de-watering systems are ineffective at removing these large quantities of water from the conveyors.
ACE QLD records Safety Milestone of 12 months recordable injury free.
Last week the ACE QLD Team reached 12 months recordable injury free.
As part of the Fenner group of companies, ACE operates under the SafetyCircle program, instilling safe behaviours from the ground up.
Fenner Dunlop Australia has announced its co-branding with Michelin, and will now be known as Fenner Conveyors, A Michelin Group Company.
Fenner Conveyors has recently invested in new safety equipment at its belting factory in West Footscray. The upgrade includes a new safety gate located at the plant’s Rotocure.
Belle Banne has designed a specialised belt puller for service work in the Pilbara.
Conveyor belt system solutions provider, Belle Banne, has been servicing Pilbara-based customers for over 25 years. Privy to the unique operating climate, Belle Banne has designed a specialised electric belt puller from the ground up.
Fenner Dunlop is revolutionising safety within the mining industry with its intelligent conveying products and services.
The iBelt BeltGauge provides mobile monitoring solutions that reduces the need for manual inspections of mine sites, which can have serious implications to the safety of personnel on site.
Fenner Dunlop says it is revolutionising safety within the mining industry with its intelligent conveying products and services.
Performing manual inspections is a major challenge that mine sites face on a daily basis, and they can have serious implications to the safety of personnel on site.
This is one of the reasons the company is finding customers are particularly interested in its mobile inspections and thickness testing solutions
Last year, Fenner Dunlop ACE was contracted to deliver an overland conveyor system for Anglo American’s Aquila project. ABHR speaks to Brendon Harms, Regional Manager of ACE Queensland to find out how the project has progressed.
Conveyor belt company Fenner Dunlop has recorded 365 days injury free at its West Footscray manufacturing plant.
Fenner’s oldest manufacturing facility has supplied many Australian mining operations, including coal mines between the Hunter Valley and Bowen Basin.
More than 100 employees work at the Footscray plant and it’s been Fenner’s priority to evolve the safety procedures at the historic facility.
Fenner Dunlop knocks out yet another safety milestone, recording total injury free for 365 days at its ACE manufacturing facility in Somersby, NSW.
Total injury free refers to not only recordable injuries as per Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rates (TRIFR) and Severity Rates (SR), but report only and first aid related injuries.
ACE NSW is the third branch to record 365 days injury free within the last two months – a testament to the safety culture within Fenner Dunlop.
Fenner Dunlop records 365 days injury free at West Footscray manufacturing plant.
Footscray is Fenner’s oldest manufacturing facility in Australia. The company’s roots trace back to 1890 when two British belting tradesmen, Arthur and Charles Hopkins began manufacturing leather belting, not far from the site of today’s main plant.
Today it's the main manufacturing plant for Fenner’s premium varieties of fabric ply belt, distributing to customers nationwide.
Fenner Dunlop’s ACE facility in Somersby, NSW has successfully received ISO accreditation, fulfilling internationally recognised standards of quality.
The respected ISO 9001:2015 indicates that ACE NSW operates with a quality management system, allowing them to consistently provide quality engineering, design and fabrication of conveyor systems.
Fenner Dunlop has introduced mobile capability to its suite of iBelt conveyor technology with the BeltGauge solution offering a new way for customers from all commodities and conveyor industry applications to accurately monitor health of the conveyor, the company says.
Conveyor belt company Fenner Dunlop has introduced the iBelt mobile Beltguage to accurately monitor the wear and tear of its conveyors in a greater range of environments.
The fixed BeltGauge solution has been installed at multiple sites since its launch in September 2020.
Faced with a complex engineering challenge, Fenner Dunlop has designed, supplied and commissioned a downhill conveyor system that generates its own energy.
A coal mine in Queensland’s Central Bowen Basin had a challenge on its hands. The underground mine needed to upgrade its existing equipment to reverse the grade of its conveyors. Instead of running uphill from tail to head, all main gate conveyors would run downhill.
Conveyor belt company Fenner Dunlop has recorded 365 days injury free at its Wollongong branch in New South Wales as part of its mission to becoming the safest engineered conveyor solutions provider.
Wollongong branch manager Cameron Clark said the record was a significant milestone for the company.