ERIKS North America and Fenner Dunlop have announced a partnership to provide conveyor belting products and services to industrial customers in northern California and Nevada.
Scott Holquist, vice president, conveying systems products, ERIKS North America, said the companies offer a unique combination of specialized expertise, enabling them to deliver advanced conveyor belting solutions for agriculture, mining, power generation, quarrying, and other rigorous bulk-material handling applications.
ERIKS North America’s local service crews deliver an array of installation, troubleshooting, preventative maintenance and downtime services, ranging from basic belt installation, tracking and repairs to ultrasonic gauge cover analysis; steel cable and fabric belt vulcanization; pulley, cleat, flange and chute lining installation; and vulcanized or mechanical belt splicing.
In addition to undergoing rigorous in-house and factory splice training for all belt constructions, crew members also are certified to Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) parts 46 and 48B and Occupational Health and Safety Agency (OSHA) 10 and 30 training standards, where appropriate.
Over the past three years, conveyor system experts for ERIKS North America have delivered more than millions of documented savings for their customers by improving uptime, efficiency, and product sustainability.
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