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A basic training manual for screw conveyors that provides an in-depth look at the features, functions, and benefits of most common screw conveyor parts and pieces, as well as thier primary usage, advantages and limitations.
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Screw conveyors are very simple machines, yet they are probably the least understood, most disliked piece of equipment in most plants. Why? Misapplication and misunderstnading.
There is a vast difference between having twenty years experience and having two years experience ten times.
Unfortunately, a large proportion of the people making the application selection and components specification, even those employed by some of the major manufacturers, seem to fall into the later catagory.
Screw Conveyor 101 provides the information you need to obtain reliability and efficient operation from your screw conveyors or screw feeders.About the Author:
Michael Forcade personifies "Experience" in the field of bulk conveyor equipment, specifically in screw conveyors. His 30 years of hands on experience in various job titles, including Manager of Enginering for Jeffrey Manufacturing Screw Conveyor Division, Ft. Worth, TX (1973 to 1979), Engineering Sales Manager for Martin Sprocket & Gear, Danielsville, PA (1986 to 1992) and Product Manager for Goodman Conveyor Company, Belton, SC (1992 to present)in the proper application, engineering and sales of screw conveyors in a wide variety of industries qualifies him for the conventional definition of "EXPERT". He is also the inventor of the Screw Quick Fix(R) emergency repair apparatice.
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