Martin Engineering’s innovation-based line-up at MINExpo 2016
First publishedin Aggregates Business International
Martin Engineering showcased a range of new advanced technologies for safer and more productive bulk handling during MINExpo 2016 (26-28 September) in Las Vegas, USA.
The company’s outdoor booth was dedicated solely to its Mr. Blade service, a new factory-direct replacement programme for belt cleaners, delivering fresh polyurethane blades, specified and custom-fitted on-site and installed free of charge. Customers are said to be assured of accurately-sized, professionally installed and properly tensioned replacement blades matched to their specific applications, providing optimum cleaning performance and service life. Mr. Blade is said to guarantee perfect pressure for the life of any blade installed by Martin Engineering technicians, providing continuous optimal cleaning performance.
Some of Martin Engineering’s new belt cleaners were also on display indoors at MINExpo 2016, including the patented CleanScrape design. The novel system has been recognised by the Australian Bulk Handling Award in the ‘Innovative Technology’ category for its engineering and potential benefits, which include low belt wear, extended service life, reduced maintenance and low-cost of ownership. Martin Engineering’s safe-to-service primary belt cleaner and the patented Martin QB1 Cleaner HD, manufactured with the firm’s CARP (Constant Angle Radial Pressure) technology to maintain the most efficient cleaning angle throughout its service life, were also on show at the Las Vegas event.