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An advantage of the TorqLOC® system we use on our conveyors is that it can slip when the conveyor instantly stops due to an obstruction. By slipping slightly, the lock prevents damage a split keyway would otherwise inflict on the shaft, damage which would require the shaft’s replacement. PLEASE NOTE the slip has released the tension in […]
As the president of Challenger Pallet & Supply, Inc. Tad Hegsted needed a system to transport waste from his company’s pallet grinder to a loading bin at his new plant in Idaho Falls, Idaho. For this, he planned on purchasing a pneumatic blower with associated airlocks and cyclones. But when he learned the system required […]
INDIANAPOLIS—Biomass Engineering & Equipment announced Aug. 26 that it will lower the price of its innovative SMART Conveyors™ due to increased sales and changes in how it produces the machines. BE&E president Dane Floyd said, “While most manufacturers are raising prices while demand is up, we decided to lower ours. We’re able to do this […]
We recently installed a dual trailer-loading station at Great Southern Wood Preserving (YellaWood) in Glenwood, Arkansas. The system, which utilizes our SMART Conveyors™, is running smoothly as it fills up trailers with live-stream wood waste. Watch below!
We recently had the opportunity to write about our solutions for DDGS storage in Ethanol Producer magazine. In this piece, we explain some challengers producers face in regards to storage and three possible solutions: optimizing the DDGS storage building, storing DDGS in containers, and retrofitting the DDGS storage building with moving floors. http://ethanolproducer.com/articles/16108/ddgs-options-to-optimize
HAMILTON, NEW YORK—Biomass Engineering & Equipment has installed its newly developed trailer receiving station at Colgate University. The receiving station accepts bulk loads from moving-floor trailers and meters the material into a S-Series SMART Conveyor™, which Biomass Engineering & Equipment also designed and installed. The system is designed to handle green chips, which Colgate University […]