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  1. Dear Sridharan, There has been some...

    Dear Sridharan,

    There has been some interesting comments re your posting but I am far more concerned that the cords that pulled away in the splice were clean and shiny. You CANNOT bond bare cable...
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    Hi Sanjay, There is no accurate guidance as it...

    Hi Sanjay,

    There is no accurate guidance as it totally depends on the design, installation,materials being conveyed and layout. Coarser larger materials will result in higher maintenance, poor...
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    Hi Paulo, Dust is not an issue regardless of...

    Hi Paulo,

    Dust is not an issue regardless of belt speed if you get the transfer chute design right, simple as that. You can create dust at 1 m/s or 6 m/s with a bad transfer as drop height can see...
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    Dear Shakti, Gary is right about where to get...

    Dear Shakti,

    Gary is right about where to get the design manual (it can also be obtained from the website below as they are both linked). The book "The Transfer Chute Design Manual" was published...
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    There are many examples of disasters caused by...

    There are many examples of disasters caused by thinking you can simply increase capacity by increasing belt speed. I know of one example where very significant expenditure was made to increase system...
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    Dear Jay, The Ocean Rubber quote is rubbish...

    Dear Jay,

    The Ocean Rubber quote is rubbish belt. The way you need to evaluate these tenders is as follows;

    > Tensile strength, the OCR is low the other much better and frankly the higher the...
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    Hi John, Cohesive materials contain a large...

    Hi John,

    Cohesive materials contain a large proportion of -200 micron material plus water. DEM is incapable of simulating the flow of water laden materials plus once you get below -200 micron the...
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    Hi John, I disagree with your suggested...

    Hi John,

    I disagree with your suggested solution for 2 reasons, at 12 degrees water laden coal fines will flow everywhere and there is a transfer chute solution that will not block and will nor...
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    Dear Amit, You are right a cascade chute would...

    Dear Amit,

    You are right a cascade chute would block with this material but our stall angle chute would not so there is a transfer chute solution that will save a lot of money. If you google stall...
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    John is right, before anyone can give you advice...

    John is right, before anyone can give you advice you need to know what material you are handling, the size distribution and water content. On the face of it there is no necessity for a fixed tripper...
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