Issue 01-02/2010

Content

EDITORIAL

Interview Dear Readers

The editorial board of AT INTERNATIONAL wish you a good and successful year 2010 including a good deal of optimism – which at present certainly is...

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TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS

NEWS

New sales office in the UK

To further develop the UK market, UWT GmbH, specialist in bulk solids level measurement, has opened a new sales office in the country. From the town...

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Dredger equipment

Two dredgers built at a Dutch shipyard will be equipped with specialised pumps by the KSB Group (Fig.). The first ship ordered by a Belgian customer...

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New development

Binder+Co, the specialist for sensor-aided sorting of transparent and non-transparent minerals for more than 20 years, has launched the MINEXX on to...

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Scrapers in series production

For one year, HOSCH Fördertechnik GmbH exhaustively tested its latest development, the HD scraper (Fig.). Now the world’s first scraper with unique...

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Expanded range

SKF has expanded its range of sealed spherical roller bearings (Fig.). Currently, over 100 sizes are available. With integral seals, these spherical...

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FOLLOW-UPS

FOCUS INDUSTRY

Saving energy – saving costs

Pennaire Filtration has recently provided a technolo-gically advanced filtration solution involving a new fully automated multi-chamber reverse jet...

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Efficient and compact

With a length of 10.1 m, a width of 2.55 m and a height of 3.80 m, the ZEMMLER® MULTI SCREEN® MS 2001 (Fig.) ranks among the compact trommels. The...

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Line clear for ICE

On 16.11.2009, the renewed track section between Fürstenberg and Dannenwalde on the Berlin-Rostock railway line was officially handed over. For this...

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New series

With 16 models in its new SPX series (Fig.), Söndgerath supplies a wide range of submersible drainage pumps. Key features of these pumps are their...

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REPORTS

„Closed material cycles ever more important“

In September, 2009, HAVER & BOECKER celebrated the fortieth anniversary of the opening of its Münster plant. The Oelde-based company purchased the J.A. Braun Landmaschinenfabrik agricultural machinery works in Münster in 1969, due to a lack of space in Oelde. The new location enabled HAVER & BOECKER to expand its production capacities, with the new facility providing individual components and assemblies for the parent site in Oelde for the first two decades. After about twenty years, in 1989, space in Oelde for the production of screening and packing machines, with their differing production methods, was again becoming scarce, and a decision was made to relocate all mechanical-screen production activities to Münster; the appurtenant marketing and design departments followed in the early nineties. The AT INTER­NATIONAL editorial team took...

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