Press Release Summary:
Installed to allow access inside belt conveyor transfer chutes and other enclosures, MARTINÂ® Door features low profile that minimizes dust accumulation on door and frame while providing dust-tight seal. Door is offered in 5 standard sizes ranging from 9 x 12 to 24 x 24 in. and top of door handle stands less than 2 in. above wall. Available in painted mild steel or 304 stainless steel, door is installed by bolting or welding frame to wall of structure; lockable latch is available.
Original Press Release:
New Low-Profile MARTIN® Door Improves Access Without Material Accumulation
Martin Engineering cleans up Inspection and Access
(Neponset, IL)- To improve conveyor maintenance, Martin Engineering has introduced an updated, low-profile version of its industry-standard inspection and access door.
Installed to allow inspection and maintenance access inside belt conveyor transfer chutes and other enclosures, the improved MARTIN® Door features a low profile that minimizes dust accumulation on the door and frame while providing a dust-tight seal.
The slim new MARTIN® Door allows safe, secure inspection of critical areas without the need for specialized tools. The new door offers the option of an integral yet removable steel screen to protect personnel from being struck by material cast out of the enclosure when the door is open.
The top of the handle of the new door stands less than 2 inches (50 mm) above the wall, providing minimal area where material can accumulate.
The new MARTIN® Door is available in five standard sizes: 9 x 12, 12 x 14, 12 x 18, 18 x 24, and 24 x 24 inches (229 x 305, 305 x 356, 305 x 457, 457 x 610, and 610 x 610 mm).
Available in painted mild steel or 304 stainless steel, the door is installed by bolting or welding its frame to the wall of the structure. A lockable latch is available.
The new MARTIN® Door is compatible with Martin Engineering's New Architecture for Modern Conveying.
For more information about the new MARTIN® Door, contact your Martin Engineering representative or visit the website at martin-eng.com.
Founded in 1944, Martin Engineering is the world leader in making bulk materials handling cleaner, safer, and more productive. Headquartered in Neponset, Illinois, Martin Engineering reaches around the world with operations in Brazil, China, France, Germany, Indonesia, Mexico, South Africa, Turkey, and United Kingdom, and licensees in Australia, Canada, Chile, and India, and Japan. MARTIN® Products are available from authorized representatives around the world.