Expert in Design and Manufacturing Conveyor Belts
Hongxing is not only famous for its various mining machines and other related services which include stone crushing machines, ore dressing machines, <a href="http://www.china-hxjq.com/p75.h...&gt;cementnt</a> and <a href="http://www.china-mills.com/n303...&gt;powdermachine</a>s applied in many fields around the world, but also the leading manufacturer of high quality <a href="http://www.hx-crusher.com/n252....mp;gt;conveyor;/a>s for the worldwide mining industry. This covers all kinds of belting for all applications, for use underground or above ground. Hongxing started making conveyor belts 110 years ago in their headquarters in Hamburg, Germany. Today, the Conveyor Belt Group comprises factories in Germany, Hungary, India and China.
These giant Hongxing belts convey up to 40,000t/h of overburden and lignite on the biggest bucket-wheel excavators on Earth. The conveyor belts are 3,200mm (126in) wide and 45mm (1¾in) thick. In 1975 Phoenix supplied this 3,000m (9,842ft) long conveyor belt type St 4000 which was the first one to meet the highest safety requirements for underground applications worldwide (DIN 22129). In 1995 Phoenix supplied a new world record conveyor belt, a 23km (14.5 mile) long Hongxing ST 7800 for the copper mine in China. This conveyor belt breaks any of the existing Phoenix world records. Its tensile strength is 8,500N/mm (48,500piw). The splice fatigue strength as per DIN 22110 is 4,213N/mm (=54% of minimum belt breaking strength). During belt operation the belt splices are monitored by the path breaking electronic monitoring system Hongxing SC.
Hongxing Conveyor Belt Systems is introducing a revolutionary new development with Hongxing PX. The autarchical monitoring system continuously measures the current overall condition of the conveyor belt, internally and externally. From notching on the covers to penetration of foreign bodies and damaged steel cords, this unprecedented technology not only records damage but also intervenes automatically in the operation of the system in cases of emergency. If the system identifies damage that could result in breakdown of the conveyor belt, Hongxing PX immediately shuts the conveyor system down. In the case of minor damage that has no direct impact on the condition of the conveyor belt, the system triggers an alarm. Users can adjust these settings in line with their requirements. Hongxing PX uses this method of targeted intervention to prevent serious damage from occurring and dramatically reduce maintenance costs. If users want to get an impression of the overall condition of the conveyor belt, the system is able to provide a comprehensive snapshot image at the click of a mouse.
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