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Hot Vulcanised Lagging Application

Hot Vulcanised Lagging Application

Hot Vulcanised lagging application involves the chemical cross-linking of five reactive layers during the autoclave curing process. To achieve the desired 100% rubber tear adhesion all five layers must crosslink at the same time. Occasionally conditions can be created in the autoclave that prevent this happening, and result in non-uniform adhesion around the pulley circumference. This bulletin explains how these conditions occur and what needs to be done to eliminate this problem.

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New Approved Applicator

Elastotec Approves New Applicator in Thailand for Hot Vulcanised Ceramic Lagging (HVCL) Early in 2019 Kledkaew Inter Products Co, Ltd. a rubber lining company based

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Curragh coal mine – improved service life of conveyor pulleys

Curragh coal mine – improved service life of conveyor pulleys

The Curragh Coal Mine is an open cut coal mine located near Blackwater in Central Queensland, Australia. The mine supplies high quality, low ash coking coal and has reserves of approximately 90 million tonnes which is amongst the largest in the world. Coal from Curragh is shipped via the Blackwater rail system to the Port of Gladstone for export. Curragh Coal mine is owned by the Coronado Coal Group a US based company.

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BlueScope Steel Port Kembla

BlueScope steel was formerly a business within BHP Billiton that became and independent company in 2002. With well known brands such as COLORBOND®, ZINCALUME® and GALVABOND® BlueScope provides engineered building solutions to meet a multitude of end uses.

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If you work in the mining industry, involved in conveyor maintenance, pulley manufacturing, conveyor design and conveyor maintenance, then, we would like to work with you to bring engineered pulley lagging solutions to the industry.