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Mid-Size Bucket Elevator features 495 in.
Bucket Conveyors

Mid-Size Bucket Elevator features 495 in.

With open construction to facilitate maintenance and cleaning, Elecon(TM) Bucket Conveyor and Elevator System features chain and wedge shaped cantilevered bucket design that comes together and overlaps at load or fill station. Rack and pinion system ensures full discharge with 360° bucket rotation on selection and quick return to upright position. System can convey material vertically,...

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Gough Econ Part of Highly Commended Award Received by Australis Engineering in Australia That Modernized the Mint
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Gough Econ Part of Highly Commended Award Received by Australis Engineering in Australia That Modernized the Mint

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina USA. - Australis Engineering P/L of Sydney, Australia has won a Highly Commended Award for Engineering Excellence for its Material Handling and Warehousing project at the Royal Australian Mint at the recent 2009 Engineers Australia Excellent Awards ceremony in Canberra. With more than 85,000 members, Engineers Australia is the largest and most diverse professional body...

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Gough Econ Receives an Order for Three Bucket Elevators as Part of the Royal Australian Mint's Modernization Effort
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Gough Econ Receives an Order for Three Bucket Elevators as Part of the Royal Australian Mint's Modernization Effort

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Gough Econ, Inc. has received an order from Australis Engineering P/L of Sydney, Australia for three bucket elevators as part of a $60 million contract to modernize the material handling and automation system of The Royal Australian Mint in Canberra. The modernization and revamp is thought to be one of the most extensive ever undertaken by a functioning mint. The Royal...

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Deploying Commercial Electronics in Rugged Environments
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Deploying Commercial Electronics in Rugged Environments

When it comes to defense, all operations require a high degree of coordination and processing. As a result, airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) has become a crucial component of military activity. In order to maintain stealth and avoid detection, ISR missions are forced to fly at extremely high altitudes. These altitudes present a number of environmental obstacles such as extreme temperature ranges or fluctuating atmospheric pressure – most of which cannot normally be handled by commercially available components. However, because of rising costs and time delays, developing application-specific hardware is becoming less feasible. Using a real-life case study, this white paper explores in great detail a scenario in which Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) components were able to be used for a critical, extreme environment application. Check out this report, and see if cost-saving commercial COTS components can possibly be utilized for your specific needs.

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