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Key Design Practices to Increase Conveyor Safety and Reliability While Decreasing Total Cost of Ownership

Key Design Practices to Increase Conveyor Safety and Reliability While Decreasing Total Cost of Ownership

Unlock the secrets to conveyor safety, reliability, and cost efficiency in our upcoming 2-day course!

Dates: February 24 – 25
Time: 8 am – 5 pm
Location: Phoenix, AZ

Discover key design practices to enhance conveyor safety and reliability while slashing total cost of ownership. Gain valuable insights from mechanical and structural design to installation and maintenance.

Here are some of the course highlights:

Day 1:
✅ Define safety and reliability expectations
✅ Review latest safety standards (MSHA, OSHA, ASME)
✅ Maximize system safety and reliability through design
✅ Mechanical and structural considerations
✅ Belt training, surge capacity, restart after plug chute scenario
✅ Condition monitoring insights

Day 2:
✅ Continue exploring design considerations
✅ Transfer chutes, loading zones, dust, and spillage control
✅ Spillage prevention and dust mitigation strategies
✅ Managing increased capacity and motor power challenges
✅ Real-world field problems, success stories, and lessons learned

Why should you attend?

You will gain crucial insights for design, installation, and maintenance of conveyor systems, get updates on safety standards, network with industry experts and peers, and be able to elevate your system’s reliability while reducing costs.

The registration deadline is January 17th – make sure to secure your seat now!

Date
24 Feb 2024 - 25 Feb 2024

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