04 Tools, replacement and spare parts, auxiliary equipment and fittings
04.05 Spare and wearing parts
Spare and wearing parts
Product category: Mechanical tools
Dramix eyeD® is an automated measuring device that analyses the homogeneity and distribution of steel fiber reinforcement in concrete mixes. It serves as a more accurate and user-friendly alternative to manual quality control methods. Dramix eyeD® produces and bundles graphs into standardized reports that attest reinforcement's compliance with the norms.
Heavy deformation and stress-relieving temperatures can compromise the corrosion protection of your spring. As a result, spring wires often require additional expensive and time-consuming post-coating processes after coiling.
Fleximat® uses, in the longitudinal direction, regular cords for long-haul conveyors or high-impact cords for heavy-duty applications. In the transversal direction, high-stretch cords offer troughability and high-rigidity cords offer lateral stability. Fleximat® can be processed on classical textile belt production lines.
Because Fleximat® provides excellent reinforcement in two directions, a customizable combination of cord properties can offer a variety of solutions. Its flexibility is great for applications that require smaller pulley diameters. Its optimal elongation makes it a perfect option where shorter bends are needed. It can be used in belts for bucket elevators, and offers the option of cable free zones for easier bucket attachments.
Thanks to these unique properties, Fleximat® conveyor cores can be applied in all major fields of mining and industrial applications, including cement plants, steel works, power stations, and harbors.
Transforming steel wire and applying advanced coating know-how. That is what we are good at. Improving both the bulk and surface properties of steel wire products since 135 years. That is what we do better, every day. Offering innovative solutions that add value to our customers and help them grow their business. That is what makes us better together.
We purchase approximately 3 million tons of wire rod per year as our basic material. Depending on our customers needs, we draw wire from it in different diameters and strengths, even as thin as ultrafine fibers of one micron. We group the wires into cords, ropes and strands, weave or knit them into fabric, or process them into an end product. Depending on the application, we apply coatings which reduce friction, improve corrosion resistance, or enhance adhesion with other materials.