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Hillhead Preview SEW Eurodrive

SEW Eurodrive is unveiling its new Mining Drive for the first time in the UK at this year’s Hillhead exhibition. The new drive is available as a package to provide customers with a

one-stop-shop service. It has a thermal housing so no additional cooling is required and it is certified to comply with ATEX M2 underground mining environment. Visitors will be able to see a range of drive packages commonly found in the mining and quarrying industries. These include a slewing drive, a twin calendar drive and a conveyor swing base drive utilising a thermally housed X series gear unit. Various X series gear units will be on show, along with the latest size 7 Movidrive inverter, with a power rating of up to 315kW, and cut-away models of the company’s market leading 7 series high efficiency helical and bevel helical geared motors. There will also be an X series gear unit complete with half-body flange coupling for conveyor applications.

Solids and Bulk Handling Magazine

For more than 37 years Solids & Bulk Handling has enjoyed a strong readership among the quarrying, mining, recycling and waste- management sectors. The publication delivers news,

views, case studies and technical articles, making it a must-read title for key decision-makers. With more than 35% of SBH's 8,600 ABC-audited circulation reaching these sectors, advertisers can reach 12,000 primary (and pass-on) readers. According to SBH, if a business is not a featured on its website, it is missing out on a top- three Google-ranked website. Visit the stand to register for a free copy of Solids & Bulk Handling magazine or to discuss how SBH can help deliver your marketing messages.

Stand: P148 Stand: E20

washing capabilities on a single transportable chassis. Primarily designed for the processing of construction and demolition waste but equally suited to virgin material applications. The Aggwash is capable of producing 4 grades of aggregate and a single grade of sand at up to 60 tonnes per hour. The FM 200C compact is a static sand recovery unit designed to be both cost and energy efficient. It uses centrifugal force within the cyclone to remove clays, silts and slimes from sand to bring it into specification. The FM 200C combines a collection tank, centrifugal slurry pump, hydrocyclone and a dewatering screen on a single chassis. Terex Washing Systems invites Hillhead show attendees to visit them on the joint Terex and DUO stand to receive first-hand information on its range of products and to meet members of the sales and customer support teams from TWS.

Thermo Fisher Scientific Stand: P132

The Thermo Scientific bulk weighing and monitoring product line includes conveyor belt scales, conveyor safety switches, tramp metal detectors, and a variety of other speciality process control instruments. The company says it is the original manufacturer of Ramsey belt scales and one of the world’s largest providers of conveyor belt scales and electronic integrators. All of its belt scale systems let you monitor production output and inventory, or regulate product loadout, while providing vital information for the effective management and efficient operation of your business. The company also offers a variety of components for monitoring conveyors and other bulk material handling equipment.

Vibratechniques Stand: P95

Vibratechniques Ltd, in collaboration with Italvibras Spa, introduce its new range of rotary hydraulic vibrators at Hillhead 2012. The VHE 1000 Rpm hydraulic vibrators are based on the proven range of Italvibras MVSI electric vibrators. Vibratechniques celebrate 50 Years of trading in 2012, the last 30 Years of which they have been the UK and Irish agent for Italvibras. Vibratechniques offer a comprehensive range of electric, hydraulic, pneumatic and electromagnetic vibrators and linear mechanical exciters.

Weightron Bilanciai Stand: M8 Terex Washing Systems Stand: H9

Terex Washing Systems will be exhibiting two of its latest products on its joint stand with DUO, their dealer representing England and Wales at Hillhead.

Commenting on the forthcoming line up at the Hillhead Show, Sean Loughran, TWS global product line director, said: “We are delighted to be able to exhibit our Aggwash AW60-2 and the new FM 200C Sand Plant at Hillhead. This gives us the first opportunity to exhibit these products to customers after the launch of the Terex Washing Systems product line in April 2012. We look forward to meeting with customers at the show and discussing the benefits of our equipment to help them deliver their mineral washing needs.”

The Aggwash 60-2 is a new mobile wash plant that brings together for the first time rinsing, screening, scrubbing and sand

Weightron Bilanciai’s stand at Hillhead will focus on its extensive capabilities in driver-operated (unmanned) weighbridges, together with associated peripheral vehicle control and management equipment, including their latest Visionweigh automatic number plate recognition system (ANPR), control barriers, radiation detection systems and card readers. Visitors to the Weightron stand will be able to see how its newly introduced 2050 Diade colour touch screen driver terminal brings a new dimension to unmanned weighbridge operation, offering unrivalled user-friendly vehicle management, data collection and site security capabilities. The company’s latest Winweigh IV weighbridge software will also be demonstrated, showing its powerful capabilities, especially when used in conjunction with the 2050 terminal. A key feature of Winweigh is that it integrates seamlessly with standard management software packages, such as SAP and Sage. The new Visionweigh ANPR camera features the latest high-grade camera technology and infrared illumination, allowing it to function under all operational and light level conditions.

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