The renowned GEAPS Exchange trade show in Kansas City is once again opening its doors to enthusiasts and professionals from around the world. This year, ScrapeTec will be presenting its innovative products for the first time at this trade fair together with BLT World from South Africa.
Dust prevention solutions for conveyor belt transfers at the Global Gypsum Conference in Chicago. ScrapeTec met the challenge of saving energy and maintenance costs with positive feedback.
In seven days, more than 500 teams drive 3,200 km across Australia and collect donations for cancer research. We support our partner and friend Charles from Kinder Australia Pty Ltd. in this great campaign, his team SPECULUM has already raised $9,200 through donations for the good cause.
Due to high material drop at the transfer chute an excessive amount of dust and spillage was observed. Faced with the ongoing dust and spillage predicament, the Maintenance Supervisor specifically sought a low maintenance, long lasting solution to suppress and minimise the excess dust/spillage at the facilities outdated tail end transfer chutes.
Even before the trade fair, the topic of saving electricity through dust protection solutions from ScrapeTec was already a subject of discussion. The focus was on the DustScrape in combination with the AirScrape. Also at SOLIDS 2023, to be experienced live.
At many trade shows and during visits to customer facilities, the ScrapeTec team learns a lot about the immense energy costs associated with dust extraction on conveyor systems. These fixed costs are often cited as an argument against investing in innovations for dust protection.
The great land of Brazil has many mineral resources and corresponding mining capacities. Managers from big mines and cement plants around the Sugar Loaf have already asked ScrapeTec. As always, the AirScrape, the contactless skirting, is the focus of many interested parties. Same in Brazil.
Sales partner Dank experiences a run at its booth at EXPONOR 2022 in Chile.
A cement production operator based in the Port of Brisbane needed to deal urgently with excessive dust emissions, material spillage and other problems on the transfer point. Dust and spillage levels were high and constant during ship unloading process.
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.
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.
The Spanish COSENTINO Group tested the AirScrape with a positive result and decided to convert further transfers in the production chain.
We are expanding our distribution network and have signed an agreement with BLT SOUTH AFRICA for the distribution of our products in the South African market.
At the “Schüttgut 2017“ (Bulk Material 2017), we introduced the new SpeedScrape for the first time. The new technology attracted a lot of attention among the expert audience…
At the AIMEX in Sydney, Australia, we introduced the DustScrape to the Australian market and presented a new and innovative solution to avoid dust and material spill…