for the efficient control of dust and material spills in underground conveyor hanling systems.
New AirScrape article published on the Mining Innovations Africa Website.

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Busting The Dust – BMHR 2020

Most of the classic dust prevention methods involve risks and side effects such as increased wear and tear, causing plant operators to face different problems. AirScrape the new conveyor skirting from ScrapeTec Trading GmbH keeps fine dust particles in the conveying area, eliably preventing spillage and – since it works without belt contact – significantly reduces the need for maintenance work.

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AirScrape in Peru – Perumin 2019

Together with our Peruvian distribution partner Grupo ISC we presented the AirScrape® at this year’s Perumin in Arequipa, Peru. From the 16th to 20th of September, 2019 we had the opportunity to present our new products, which attracted the interest of the trade visitors right from the start.

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Bauma 2019 – Trade fair report

At the Bauma 2019, we presented our innovative product solutions for dust reduction and avoidance of spillage for conveyors belts and transfer points, for the first time to an international trade audience.

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SOLIDS 2018 – Trade fair report

At this year’s SOLIDS in Dortmund we presented our latest product innovation TailScrape for the first time. We were surprised by the response of the visitors at the fair. The interest in our skirting and stripping systems remains very strong.

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New sales partner in the Spanish market

We could win an excellent sales partner with the Spanish MASANÉS SERVINDUSTRIA Group. From now on our products are also represented in the Spanish market and already used in existing projects…

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Belt conveyors and their components

In the scope of the 14th conference in the “Haus der Technik“ in Essen, the engineer Wilfried Dünnwald (Dipl. Ing.) will present efficient methods of optimization at transfer points…

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Everything under control

The Rump & Salzmann Gipswerk Uehrde GmbH & Co KG, had regularly occurring problems with dust and loss of material at the transfer point from the rotor crusher to the belt…

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