Sensing innovation at BULK2020

John Leadbetter, Managing Director of VEGA Australia, tells ABHR what and why the company will be sponsoring and exhibiting at BULK2020. Understanding how much product is being stored, shipped or sold is often vital to ensuring operations are safe and profitable, especially when handling bulk materials. The technology used to handle this measurement has come

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LEAP Australia to sponsor BULK2020 Conference

BULK2020 is pleased to announce that LEAP Australia has joined as a conference sponsor for the event. LEAP Australia deliver Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) software to customers across Australia and New Zealand. Their team of highly qualified and experienced engineers provide support, training, advice and customisation in their area of expertise, such as CAD, CAM,

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Bucket elevator components on show thanks to 4B Australia

4B Australia are a subsidiary of 4B Braime – an international market leader in the field of bucket elevator and conveyor components and electronic monitoring equipment. With its range of components, 4B serves a large range of industries ranging from agricultural to industrial through to mining and heavy duty industries. 4B Australia maintains high stock

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Oreflow bringing Australian fabrication and assembly to the forefront

The Australian distributor for Brelko Conveyor Products, Oreflow are also leaders in the Australian fabrication space and renowned for their innovation in plant design. Their success is evident, with customers in Ghana, Senegal, Tanzania, Inodonesia, Argentina and the Philippines, amongst other global locations. The Brelko products that Oreflow uses are perfectly designed for bulk solids

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2019 Bulk Handling Awards finalist to exhibit at BULK2020

LINAK Australia will be exhibiting at BULK2020. The company was recently a finalist at the 2019 Australian Bulk Handling Awards, being recognised for their LA36 Actuator. LINAK’s refined actuator solution incorporates all the necessaries in one product. The actuator LA36 is one of the most solid and powerful LINAK actuators, designed to operate under extreme

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Bespoke screw solution for industry

When a major miner needed to move a heavy and hazardous material, Bulknet was the only company able to meet its strict requirements. As part of a major multinational mining company’s new project, bulk material handling specialist Bulknet was selected to design and manufacture a unique screw feeder. Positioned under a 150-tonne storage hopper, the

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TUNRA Bulk Solids to demonstrate capabilities at BULK2020

TUNRA Bulk Solids, internationally respected for its industry consulting and cutting-edge research, will be showcasing its capabilities at BULK2020 in April next year. TUNRA has successfully completed in excess of 4,000 projects for more than 1000 companies in over 40 countries, with work spanning across all areas of bulk solids handling. They are leaders in providing

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Paving the way for automation

Component supplier Treotham Automation is helping bulk handlers keep up with the increasing energy and data requirements of automation through its Energy Chain technology. As technology becomes faster and smarter, machinery often requires more from its surrounding infrastructure. For example, for a conveyor tripper to have access to the Internet of Things, it requires a

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Floveyor to showcase solutions at BULK2020

Off the back of taking the title of best Dust Control Technology, Application or Practice at the recent 2019 Australian Bulk Handling Awards for the Decant Obsidian, Floveyor will showcase their range of solutions at BULK2020. Floveyor understood industry was changing with growing volumes of bulk materials such as cement, lime and fly-ash are being

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Flexible automation for the future

Italian bulk packaging manufacturer Concetti has unveiled the I-flex, its most flexible automated bagging machine for free-flowing products to date. Compared with the rest of the world, Australia is an isolated nation. Girt by sea and sparsely populated, the distances between the producing regions and population centres can be hundreds of kilometres. Trevor Mitford, Sales

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