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Use silo cleaning equipment to remove material buildup from cement storage silos

Consistent use of silo cleaning equipment can turn into an economic benefit for an operation – an investment rather than an expense. Most cement plants have a bank of storage silos to hold finished cement in inventory until required for packaging or bulk shipping. Storage silos allow cement plants to stockpile inventory until needed.

Rapid International names Gulf Atlantic “Master Parts Distributor”

Gulf Atlantic Industrial Equipment, a leading bulk material handling, processing, storage, and mixing technology equipment dealer, is now “Master Parts Distributor” as named by Rapid International Ltd. Specializing in the distribution of Rapidmix continuous mixing plant replacement parts, Gulf Atlantic will serve Rapid customers in the U.S., Canada, and Central America. This change comes one

Level out the automation playing field in manufacturing operations

Advances in level sensor technology improve inventory management Level indicators have been around for decades. From simple switches and rotaries, to advanced non-contact sensors, there’s no shortage of technologies to choose from. But there’s more to levels than just the sensor. Today’s manufacturing operations are increasingly automated with more sophisticated and complex systems. Plus,

Gulf Atlantic Industrial Equipment is Florida’s authorized BinMaster distributor

BinMaster level sensor products are sold in diverse industries world-wide including agriculture, construction, cement, mining, biofuels, and food processing. BinMaster – a subsidiary of Garner Industries - manufactures level measurement and inventory management technologies for process industries monitoring bulk solids, powders, and liquids. The company employs more than 130 individuals in its 115,000 square-foot

Break bottlenecks, unplug industrial pipes and chutes

Maintain material flow in industrial pipes and chutes with bolt-on shakers designed for easy relocation to meet changing flow restrictions. Coal chutes feeding pulverizers at a power generation facility were plugging. A combination of factor including material characteristics, moisture, and temperature variation contributed to the problem. Limited feed to the pulverizers led to