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November 2018
Volume 70    Issue 11

Bulk handling technology; Designing for the future by innovating the present

Mining Engineering, 2018, Vol. 70, No. 11, pp. 18-18
Swinderman, R. Todd


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Higher production demands across all bulk handling segments require increased efficiency at the lowest cost of operation, in the safest and most effective manner possible. As conveyor systems become wider, faster and longer, more energy output and more controlled throughput will be needed. Add an increasingly stringent regulatory environment and cost-conscious plant managers must closely review which new equipment and design options align with their long-term goals for the best return on investment (ROI).  



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