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Thread: Material Handling Standards

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    Posted by Todd Swinderman on November 26, 1999 at 12:49:07:

    I am involved with CEMA as the director in charge of
    strategic planning. We are intersted indevloping a
    comprehensive list of associations and government groups
    that develop standards for both bulk material handling
    and unit handling equipment. If you are aware of such
    an orginzation or have a contact at such an orgainization
    I would like to have that information. CEMA would like to
    increase its liasion efforts with such groups.



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    Johnny Pretorius Guest

    Re: Material Handling Standards

    Posted by Johnny Pretorius on July 31, 2000 at 06:24:26:

    In Reply to: Material Handling Standards posted by Todd Swinderman on November 26, 1999 at 12:49:07:

    We in South Africa are also in the process of preparing a standard which not only involve idlers but conveyor pulley bearing centres diameters etc.

    There is need for this world wide and we are very keen to assist anyone working innthis direction.
    Kind regards.
    Johnny Pretoius




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    Re: Material Handling Standards

    Posted by R.M.BHATIA on April 28, 2000 at 03:05:56:

    In Reply to: Material Handling Standards posted by Todd Swinderman on November 26, 1999 at 12:49:07:

    I am working with Essar Steel Ltd. as a G.M.- Materials Handling Deptt. We are having a captive jetty, handled about 4 million tons bulk as well as unit cargo in the last calender year. The materials handling system comprising of conveyors, shiploaders,ship unloaders, vib.screens,vibrating feeders,crusherss, various types of mobile equipments.etc
    In case if you require any information for developing any standards for bulk as well as unit cargo handling , please feel free to contact.

    Regards




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    Re: Material Handling Standards

    Posted by Eugenio (Gene)Torres on April 17, 2000 at 11:19:58:

    In Reply to: Material Handling Standards posted by Todd Swinderman on November 26, 1999 at 12:49:07:

    While I believe our two organizations are already working together in similar projects (Belt Conveyors, Belt Driven Live Roller Conveyors, etc.), just in case; you might want to contact the Technical Commitee of the National Industrial Belting Association (NIBA) at Fax (262)707-7591.
    Gene Torres
    Technical Commitee
    NIBA



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    Adi Frittella Guest

    Re: Material Handling Standards

    Posted by Adi Frittella on January 12, 2000 at 07:15:46:

    In Reply to: Material Handling Standards posted by Todd Swinderman on November 26, 1999 at 12:49:07:

    In South Africa the standards are generally created by interaction between manufacturer and user groups and the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS). The manufacturers, with regard to the material handling activities are represented by the Conveyor Manufacturers Association (CMA). Other parties generally involved are the mining houses (eg. Anglo American)and engineering institutions such as the Institution of Mechanical Engineering and the Institute of Materials Handling. The close association between users and manufacturers has resulted in an extensive idler standard SABS 1313.
    I will gather contact details and forward them to you.
    Regards,
    ADI FRITTELLA
    G.M. PROJECTS - MELCO CONVEYOR EQUIPMENT



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    Re: Material Handling Standards

    Posted by Matteo Lirici - ARIOSTEA SpA on December 01, 1999 at 08:02:43:

    In Reply to: Material Handling Standards posted by Todd Swinderman on November 26, 1999 at 12:49:07:

    Dear Mr. Swinderman

    I have read your post and would like to inform you that in Italy such item is cared by me and Mr. Bortolamasi Marco within the national standard body (UNI for Italy) and the technical commission 148 of CEN (the European body)where are 4 working groups over the 4 main items (I take care of the pneumatic transportation.

    If you are interested UNI has just released 4 standards over the material classification depending on its rheological and bulk behaviour and the screw conveyors. Standards already exist for belt conveyors. Another item very interesting is the explosive atmospheres due to the presence of dust.

    If you are interested over these subjects or want to know who is involved in other fileds feel free to contact me.
    ing. Matteo Lirici
    ARIOSTEA SPA
    via Tonale, 6
    42100 Reggio Emilia
    ITALY
    Tel: +39 0522 518333
    Fax: +39 0522 516521
    Mobile: +39 348 7096173

    Best regards
    Matteo Lirici


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    Irina Sosnovkin Guest

    cooperation

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    We have received information about your company in the Internet. We are interested in your company and suppose that the following information might be useful to you.
    As for us, Consortium "SVE" was established by autonomous non-commercial organization "SOEX (Russia's Chamber of Commerce and Industry), Federal state unitary enterprise VNIINMASH (Gosstandard of Russia) and International Union of Expert Organizations and Certification Bodies "EXPERT HOLDING RUS. We render assistance to foreign companies in promotion of engineering industry production in Russian market.
    The Consortium carries out:
    Obligatory and voluntary certification of foreign machinery, equipment and devices in "GOST- R Certification System " of Gosstandard (the State Committee for Standardisation, Metrology and Certification) of Russia;
    Quality inspections of production as well as conformance control of equipment to requirements of purchase and sale contract;
    Industrial safety examination of technical equipment of dangerous industrial establishments to receive Gosgortechnadzor (Federal Mining and Industrial Inspectorate) Permit for employment of equipment on the territory of Russian Federation;
    Assistance in receiving Fire Safety Certificate in system of certification of Ministry of Emergency Affairs of Russia and Hygiene Certificate of Ministry of Health;
    Certification of quality management systems according to Russian standards, equivalent to ISO 9000;
    Certification tests of machinery, equipment and devices, also at manufacturer or customer's sites;
    Drawing up of registration certificate and instructions on equipment according to Gosgortechnadzor requirements and translation of technical documentation and normative documents from foreign languages to Russian;
    Determination of Commodity Group Code and receipt of customs confirmation;
    Tackling organizational and economic issues of Trade representatives; and publicizing products of foreign companies;
    Translation services and transportation in Russia.
    We believe that our cooperation might be beneficial at the promotion of your companys production in the huge market of Russia and other CIS countries.


    Best regards,

    M.N.Chumak-Zhun
    President of SVE Consortium

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