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In this section you will find a range of brief, informative and easy-to-read news articles which provide commentary and updates for across the solids handlings industry. Often the article is provided by one of SPIRAC Group engineer and they are perfect light reading, if you are on public transport or relaxing on the weekend. Grab your device and enjoy read as these articles provide you with a wealth of news at your fingertips.

23/05/2022
  • Europe News
  • Shaftless Spiral Conveyors

We are happy to invite you to this event and would be delighted to welcome you to our trade fair stand 115 at hall A2. For SPIRAC, the trade fair provides an ideal environment for presenting our products and services to decision-makers such as yourself.

21/06/2021
  • Asia Pacific News
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  • Industrial Solutions
  • Municipal Solutions
  • North America News
  • Shaftless Spiral Conveyors

 

Take a look at our infographic below to learn more about the differences between a shaftless spiral conveyor and a shafted screw conveyor. The shaftless spiral conveyor transports difficult, stringy, spongy, sticky, wet, lumpy materials – suitable for a wide range of moisture contents and viscosities. 

02/12/2020
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  • Energy Savings
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  • North America News
  • Shaftless Spiral Conveyors

This project includes shaftless spiral conveyor systems and four round silos with sliding frames. Each of these four large silos has an effective net volume of 840m3 and was manufactured by Permastore. The silos are fed with sludge by a network of inclined and vertical shaftless spiral conveyors.

13/11/2020
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  • Shaftless Spiral Conveyors

VafabMiljö Kommunalförbund upgraded the biogas facility at the Västerås waste facility to increase biogas production.  It is a plant that primarily digests source-separated food wastes from the region. Other materials that are digested are floating substrates, such as sludge from grease-removal tanks and packaged foodstuffs.