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CleanScrape to be sold solely by Martin Engineering

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Martin Engineering has become the sole trader of the CleanScrape cleaner throughout Europe as well as Russia, North Africa and the Middle East.

This conveyor belt cleaning system is suitable for both slow and fast conveyor belts and is used in a range of applications, such as mining, coal handling, quarrying, cement, scrap and other material bulk handling operations. It is installed diagonally across the discharge pulley forming a three-dimensional curve beneath the discharge area that conforms to the pulley’s shape. It incorporates a matrix of tungsten carbide scrapers and is tensioned lightly against the belt to prevent damage to the belt or splices. Despite low contact pressure between belt and cleaner, it has been shown to remove as much as 95% of potential carryback material.

CleanScrape to be sold soley by Martin Engineering

Its compact design allows it to be located inside or outside the transfer chute and used in areas with restricted space. CleanScrape cleaners are generally sold in three sizes: S, M, and L, which cover drum diameters from 270 mm to 1250 mm (10.6 in. to 49.2 in.) and belt widths from 300 mm to 2800 mm (11.8 in. to 110.2 in.). Each size is available in four different carbide metal grades to suit specific materials and belt structures, one of which is a carbide formulation developed for use on mechanically spliced belts. The supporting components of the assembly can be specified in regular steel or in stainless for specialised applications.

“Both companies saw the value in collaboration, partly because of the technology, but also because of the similar company cultures,” said Michael Hengl, Managing Director for Martin Engineering Europe. “Our business models are based on comparable values, innovative solutions and quick internal decision-making. The CleanScrape Cleaner represents an entirely new dimension in belt cleaning and we’re so confident in its performance that we provide a money-back satisfaction guarantee.”

Edited from Press Release by Harleigh Hobbs

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