Another new member has joined The International Milling Directory.
The Taiwan-based manufacturer is a company dedicated to ‘complete instrumentation solutions’. FineTek’s product line includes a varied and wide quantity of digital controllers and meters, pneumatic products, safety instruments, level switch transmitters for solid and liquid applications. However all impressive this range of categories are, we are interested most in the manufacture of the level sensor for silo bulk storage. This product is the key selling point for a justifiable place in the International Milling Directory. This alone is all the more impressive considering their research and development arm is an integral part of the company, which sets a strong “backbone” of the company.
Do see the new listing here at the International Milling Directory online: https://www.internationalmilling.com/company_3940.html
Hello and welcome to what I suppose you could call a new series of our introductions to those of you listed with IMD for 2012/13 and who are appearing in IMD21.
This week we introduce a company returning once again to IMD where for another year they will enjoy international exposure to millers and milling service-providers across the globe.
Always on the move, VIGAN Engineering S.A. designs and manufactures harbour equipment and more particularly ship loaders and unloaders.
They lead the way in mobile portable grain pumps (120 to 270 tons/hour) that are particularly flexible with a wide range of accessories available allowing cargo handling in many different working configurations. For higher capacity requirements (200 to 800 tons/hour) VIGAN offer their own pneumatic Continuous Ship Unloaders on gantry called “NIV”. Self-propelled on tires or rails, they can be powered by diesel engine or electrical motors and each machine is bespoke designed based on the customers needs.
VIGAN’s range of equipment stretches beyond pumps though. Their catalogue also includes a mechanical CSU called “SIMPORTER” designed to meet very high discharging rates up to 1,500 metric tons/hour. It is particularly suitable for large bulk carriers. The twin-belt SIMPORTER technology offers major benefits: efficiency, cost-effectiveness (minimum energy consumption, reduced operational and maintenance cost) and environment-friendly qualities such as minimum noise, dust control, and no product breakage.
Besides unloading equipment, VIGAN’s mechanical shiploaders (rail-mounted, on tires or stationary)are suitable for almost any kind of bulk products (with a density from 0.2 to 1.8) on any kind of barge or vessel based on requirements (up to 1,200tonnes/hour)
VIGAN also provide a seemingly infinite wisdom of other harbour equipment based on more than 30 years experience. They now offer services in design projects such as mobile hoppers/bagging lines and quay conveyors, but also in turnkey port terminals delivery from engineering to commissioning, this includes silos & other storage.
We here at IMD HQ wish VIGAN every success this year and I would like to thank them for choosing IMD once again.
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Until next time!
Hello again and welcome to our latest installment of Introducing, this week we are pleased to introduce Newson Gale to IMD 2012/13.
For 30 years Newson Gale has been protecting people and business assets from the dangers of static hazards which according to the Institute of Chemical Engineers cause at least two serious fires or explosions everyday worldwide. While their areas of expertise include chemical & petrochemical distribution and the manufacturing of paints & solvents they provide a vital service to the international milling industry in the handling and storage of combustible organic ingredients such as flour and sugar.
They have a plethora of locations worldwide for the purpose of distribution and also operate from their main offices in UK, the US and Germany. Newson Gale are probably best recognised for their advanced techniques in static grounding and spark protection and have developed several important products to achieve this.
The Earth-Rite FIBC system verifies the resistance and safe grounding of“Big-Bags” or “Super-Sacks” in combustible or flammable atmospheres. This advanced system ensures that resistance of the flexible container is within the correct parameters as specified by International Hazardous Area Static Control Codes of Practice according to Newson Gale. It is also capable of interlocking with filling/discharge machinery or control/alarm systems to prevent dangerous levels of accumulation of static electricity.
They are also responsible for the Earth-Rite Multipoint for specialized plant and equipment situated in combustible or flammable atmospheres, with several potentially isolated conductive components (such as dryers, filling and conveying systems and is also corrosion resistant and made of hygiene clean stainless steal.
Once again we are delighted to be welcoming such and important and prestigious enterprise to the International Milling. For more information on Newson Gale and its products please visit their profile page with IMD or visit www.newson-gale.co.uk.
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Until next time…