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Lighter, Faster, Safer: Engineering HDPE Conveyor Guards

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Australian Bulk Handling Review November/December Issue Our latest article below for the November/December issue introduces our new HDPE conveyor guards. The article explains why and how they can improve safety around conveyor systems and analyses their benefits over traditional steel conveyor guards. DYNA Engineering is publishing educational engineering articles in every Australian Bulk Handling Review …

Does Your Pulley Need Refurbishing? Signs to Look out For

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Pulleys are a heavy-duty, consistently running piece of machinery that are essential components of a conveyor system. Although they are designed to last, after many years of constant use, pulleys will become subject to expected wear and, if left un-maintained, potential damage. DYNA Engineering firmly recommends that regular maintenance of conveyor equipment is essential to …

HDPE Conveyor Guards – Frequently Asked Questions

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DYNA Engineering’s new HDPE conveyor guards are revolutionising occupational health and safety practices around high-risk machinery. Made out of high-density polyethylene, we offer a superior alternative to traditional steel guards, ensuring complete protection for your personnel along with a wide range of added benefits. Here are the answers to some commonly asked questions about our …

Aljohn Ramos

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Apprentice Welder Experience   AJ started at DYNA Engineering in early 2019 as an Apprentice Welder. AJ assists the workshop with welding and helps facilitate the smooth operation of tasks.     Qualifications   AJ is currently studying a Cert III in Engineering – Fabrication Trade (Heavy Welding).     Interests   AJ has an …

A Guide to Conveyor Belt Cleaning Solutions (Australian Bulk Handling Review)

Australian Bulk Handling Review A guide to conveyor belt cleaning solutions DYNA Engineering January February 2019

Working with Australian Bulk Handling Review DYNA Engineering is publishing educational engineering articles in every Australian Bulk Handling Review issue during 2019. Our goal is to share our expert knowledge and experience on conveyor products in an easy to read format. Our articles are targeted at beginners and intermediates on the subject. We hope the articles …

Understanding Textile Belts

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Where to Start When it comes to textile rubber conveyor belts, also known as fabric belts, the different types and specifications can be overwhelming. There are so many different types, thicknesses, layers and strengths, it’s hard to know where to start. This article outlines some of the basics to point you in the right direction. …

Daniel Griffin

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Apprentice Fitter & Machinist Experience   Daniel started at DYNA Engineering in 2017 as an Apprentice Fitter and Machinist. He assists the workshop with machining and welding and facilitates the smooth operation of tasks.     Qualifications   Daniel is currently in his final year of studying for his Cert III in Mechanical Engineering (Fitting …

Stephanie Huynh

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Marketing & Administration Officer Experience   Stephanie started at DYNA Engineering in 2019 as the Marketing & Administration Officer. She is in charge of DYNA Engineering’s marketing activities and some sales and administration duties. With a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Marketing and Public Relations, Stephanie has over 2 years of marketing and public relations …

Pulley Lagging – What Are My Options?

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What is Pulley Lagging?   Pulley lagging is the layer of material which is bonded to the shell of a conveyor pulley. Its function is to protect the shell from damage, increase friction with the conveyor belt and dispense water off the pulley. There are several different types of pulley lagging, such as plain rubber, …