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Conveyor Products

Foundations Training At ConAgg

WE HELP YOU ROCK!

March 3, 2014
Learn how Martin Engineering helps tune up equipment, jam out down time and pump up production.
Center for Innovation Testing Rooms

Bulk material science improves power plant coal handling

September 23, 2013

[Neponset, IL] – One of the greatest advancements in the engineering of coal handling systems is the increased use of bulk material science.

Port of Seward

The expansion of cross-Pacific coal exports at Port of Seward

July 1, 2013

To allow the expansion of its cross-Pacific coal exports, Aurora Energy Services (AES) needed to increase the flow of coal through the shiploader at its coal terminal in the Port

Martin Air Cleaners were installed at OPPD

Upgrades Make OPPD a Leader in PRB Safety

June 24, 2013
Material handling upgrades at the Omaha Public Power District (OPPD) have been so successful that the PRB Coal Users’ Group recently announced OPPD as recipient of the Plant of the Year Award.
MartinPLUS Walk the Belt service

Keeping conveyors running and clean helps keep coal-fired power plants in operation

June 18, 2013

[Neponset, IL] – If the turbine is the heart of the coal-fired power plant, the boiler/furnace is the stomach and the belt conveyors are the esophagus, keeping the power source w

Modular Chute Walls and Skirtboard Covers at Orlando Utilities

Efficient Handling of Coal on Belt Conveyors

June 7, 2013

[Neponset, IL] – The efficient handling of coal on belt conveyors is essential to coal-fired power plants.

Apron Seal skirting wears before the belt due to its lower modulus of elasticity.

Why does the skirting seal wear out instead of the belt?

November 27, 2012
Dan Marshall, a Martin conveyor products engineer, explains why Apron Seal wears before the belt, even though the seal usually has a higher durometer.