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LIFTING EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING ASSOCIATION OF SA

• A recognised ECSA Voluntary Association (VA) •

LEEASA is a fully-fledged association devoted to the lifting industry across Southern Africa. Members hale from the crane, forklift, mobile elevated work platform, aerial and suspended access platform, chain hoists, rigging and lifting tackle arenas, etc. Primarily devoted to the LMI’s (Lifting Machinery Inspectors), and LME’s (Lifting Machinery Entities), the association considers safety paramount. As such it serves in an advisory capacity to the SABS, the Department of Labour, various training bodies and the industry at large. LEEASA is recognised by ECSA as a voluntary association. What’s in it for you:

As an Individual member who is registered as a Lifting Machinery Inspector (LMI), you may qualify for any concessionary fee granted by ECSA (this could save you over R1 000 a year).

and other training courses accredited by the association attract ECSA CPD points.

ECSA registered LEEASA members are awarded one Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit each year. CPD is an ECSA requirement to retain registration.

Members benefit from the collective power of a recognised and established association and collective co-ordination in dealing with authorities in policy making and matters concerning the industry.

Members obtain a discount on LEEASA seminars. Both these

LEEASA has some 650 members (Individuals and Companies).

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LEEASA Occupational Health & Safety Act and Regulations LEEASA Mine Health & Safety Act and Regulations LEEASA Lifting Equipment Inspection & Legal Compliance Register

Available for purchase online at www.leeasa.co.za

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LIFTING EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AFRICA Head Office: 8 Boris Road, Bordeaux, Randburg, Johannesburg Tel: 074 900 8378 • www.leeasa.co.za Secretary: Arni Sommer • email: arni@leeasa.co.za

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The South African Institute of Materials Handling

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The South African Institute of Materials Handling (SAIMH) is a Non-Profit organisation set up with an objective to encourage the transfer of knowledge associated within the fields of Bulk Materials Handling (conveyors, stacker, reclaimers, tipplers, train loading systems, etc.) through a combination of seminars and networking sessions. The SAIMH is made up of professional engineers, each practising their trade in a variety of organisations who volunteer their time to execute the SAIMH’s objective. The main aim is thus to promote the advancement of the art, science, theory and practice of the Bulk Materials Handling principles and techniques.

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Hagglunds Drives SA (Pty) Ltd Hansen Transmissions SA (Pty) Ltd Hatch Goba (Pty) Ltd lllustech J & A Engineering Services Kimrae Engineering Prolects Loadtech Load Cells (Pty) Ltd MacsteelVRN Martin Engineering Melco Conveyor Equipment Morris Material Handling SA (Pty) Ltd

Osborn Engineered Products (Pty)Ltd PD Engineering Services cc PH Projects Holdings (Pty) Ltd Rio Carb (Pty) Ltd Sandvik Materials Handling Africa Screw Conveyors & Material Handling Senet SEW Eurodrive Spar Western Cape SSAB South Africa (Pty) Ltd Tenova Zest Electric Motors (Pty) Ltd

Tel: (011) 867-0902  Fax: (011) 867-0036  Email: saimh@global.co.za  www.saimh.co.za


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CELEBRATES 30 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE AND 10 YEAR PARTNERSHIP WITH Shutterlock (Pty) Ltd situated in Randfontein, Gauteng is celebrating its 30th Anniversary in 2017. Shutterlock was founded in 1987 by its current CEO Mr. J Dean van Zyl, 30 years later Mr. van Zyl remains CEO and is an integral part of the Company’s operation. Since Shutterlock’s inception, it has always positioned itself within the Mining and allied industries as an organisation driven by quality and as such strategically associates itself with world-renowned brands, i.e. Crosby, Bridon, Kito & McKinnon. In celebration of 10 years’ cooperation with Crosby, Shutterlock is proud to announce the extension of its product offering to now include the Crosby Platinum Line Gr100 chain and fittings. “Taking Crosby G100 and including it in our stocking and distribution channels seems to be the next logical step to position Shutterlock as the leading supplier of top quality lifting equipment in South Africa.” said Dean van Zyl, CEO of Shutterlock. With 30 years of customer needs research development of OEM orientation and the re-engineering of “best practise” principles, Shutterlock is not only regarded as a pioneer and an industry leader but at the forefront of comprehensively satisfying ever changing industry standards and demands. Shutterlock is focused on providing quality solutions to customers and maintaining a quality promise to all who may be of service to the organisation as well as the entities who serve Shutterlock. A focus was placed on providing solutions to HDPSA individuals who are employed by Shutterlock and as such a BEE Loyalty trust was birthed to which all HDSPA employees belong. Shutterlock is a Level 3 B-BBEE Organisation with 110% Procurement recognition.

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Left: Jason Colwell, Managing Director of Crosby (EMEA) Right: J Dean van Zyl CEO of Shutterlock

Crosby is a leading manufacturer of premium accessories used in lifting and rigging applications. Based in the US, with fabrication facilities in both the US and Europe the company has the reputation around the world for providing a broad range of products suitable for the most demanding of operation conditions with uncompromising quality. Products include chain fittings, wire rope clips, hooks, shackles, lifting clamps, hoist rings, overhaul balls, snatch blocks, crane blocks and sheaves. Crosby also provides a “world class” training program, focusing on the proper application of Crosby Products. The Crosby Platinum Line of chain fittings, is a complete range of Gr100 chain fittings with various features setting the standard for premium chain fittings, in compliance with EN standards. Crosby Grade 100 products achieve properties such as WLL, ductility, fatigue and toughness due to careful design. Simply changing the heat treat process to increase the Working Load Limit has the potential of sacrificing the other three properties. For Crosby, that was not an option! For more information about Shutterlock & The Crosby Group, please visit www.southafrica.thecrosbygroup.com

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The nature of the South African mining industry makes local engineers uniquely equipped to deal with any type of mining landscape

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Tough demands have met their match.

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Marian Otrebski, owner of DynamikaMH Consultants

Long horizontal heavy conveyor Conveyor length about 1 000m 6%

9%

1%

18% 61%

5%  Indentation rolling resistance  Belt flexural resistance  Material flexural resistance

 Idler bearing resistance  Secondary resistances  Special resistances

Figure 1. Percentage distribution of the individual motion resistances of a horizontal conveyor.

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Conveyor

Length (m)

Capacity (t/h)

Material

Belt Width (mm)

Belt Speed (m/s)

Trough Angle (deg)

Volumetric Top Idler Utilisation Spacing (%) (m)

Top Idler Diameter (mm)

Drive Location

Take Up Type

A

2160

1500

Copper ore

1200

1,9

35

71,0

1,2

152

Head end

h..gravity

B

2400

10000

Iron ore

1650

4,3

45

85,0

1,0

178

C D E

3450 3450 4000

2000 2000 900

Coal Coal Bauxite

1050 900 1200

5,5 7,5 2,3

45 45 45

87,0 89,6 79,0

3,0 3,0 1,2

152 178 127

F

6900

2400

Coal

1050

5,7

45

98,3

2,2

152

G

7200

2700

Coal

1500

6,6

45

50,0

4,0

219

H

8500

2000

Coal

1200

4,0

35

99,0

2,0

152

I

11500

1600

Coal

1200

4,5

45

69,0

4,0

152

J

12300

2000

Coal

1200

4,0

35

99,0

2,0

152

K

21000

2000

Iron ore

900

4,5

35

65,0

4,0

152

L

24600

1950

Coal

1050

7,5

35

73,0

4,0

178

Head and tail ends Head end Head end Head end Head and tail ends Head end Head and tail ends Head and tail ends Head and tail ends Head and tail ends Head and tail ends

h..gravity h..gravity h.gravity h.gravity h.garvity h.gravity Electric winch h.gravity Electric winch h,gravity h.gravity

Table 1. Conveyor technical details Case 1 2 3 4 5

Description Base Case. Conveyor as designed Commercially available LRR belt bottom cover Specially developed LRR belt bottom cover Increased diameter of the trough central roll Increased diameter of the top rolls

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Unequal length trough rolls

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Increased /decreased trough idler spacing

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Low resistance trough idlers

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Combined commercial LRR cover, low resistance idlers and increased trough idler diameter

Comments Commercial grade M of tested parameters Commercial LRR (Low Rolling Resistance) grade of tested parameters Non commercial Special LRR grade of tested parameters. Roll diameter increased by one size Roll diameter increased by one size Central roll equivalent to a belt one size narrower, wing rolls – one size wider Conveyors A,B,F,H, and J spacing increased to 2 x nominal spacing Conveyors C,D,G,I,K and L spacing decreased to 0,5 x nominal spacing Rolls of very low rotating resistance as obtained from tests – single supplier Cases 2, 5 and 8 combined

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Figure 2. Combined results of the analysed conveyors and cases.

Figure 3. Values of C*f as a function of conveyor length. Grade M cover ( Base Case 1), LRR cover (Case 2) and Special LRR cover (Case 3)

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Figure 4. Values of C*f as a function of conveyor length. Grade M cover (Base Case 1), increased central trough roll diameter (Case 4), increased trough rolls diameter (Case 5), unequal trough rolls length (Case 6), low resistant idlers (Case 8).

Figure 5. Values of C*f as a function of conveyor length. Grade M cover (Base Case 1), LRR cover (Case 2), Special LRR cover (Case 3), combined LRR cover, increased trough roll diameter, low resistance idlers (Case 8)

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More significant benefits are obtained when all three troughing rolls are of bigger diameter while further improvement is achieved when the idlers are of low resistance type

Figure 6. Values of C*f as a function of idler load Grade M cover (Base Case 1)

Figure 7. Value of C*f as a function of belt volumetric utilisation. Grade M cover (Base Case 1)

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Figure 8. Conveyor unit power demand as a function of C*f (Base Case 1).

Figure 9. Conveyor unit power demand as a function of C*f (Base Case 1).

At 5% gradient the material lift resistance constitutes 66% of the total conveyor resistance while the indentation rolling resistance second largest at only 22%

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The best results have been achieved by application of highly efficient belt bottom cover (Special LRR grade) which produced up to 40% frictional resistance reduction

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27 – 30 September 2017 JHB Expo Centre, Nasrec The most valuable value proposition for the Logistics Sector Be part of the largest and most comprehensive trade fair and business platform for the Logistics Sector in subSaharan Africa; not to be an active participant is to miss out on the personal contact, business potential and opportunities that can only be unlocked at a trade fair of this stature!

An innovative and pioneering trade fair for the Logistics Sector to provide a dynamic business platform, targeting trade visitors from sub-Saharan Africa.

Business Matchmaking Services Business matchmaking services will be available to exhibitors before and during the Show.

Conference and Workshop Programme Stay abreast of the latest developments in the industry by participating in the Conference and Workshop Fringe Programme during the Show.

Exhibition Profile and Product Groups • Logistics • Materials Handling • Distribution, Storage & Warehousing • Specialist Service Providers • Industry Bodies

Increased value proposition and optimising synergies through co-location of Trade Fairs Scalex Johannesburg will be co-located with Futuroad Expo Johannesburg , serving the Truck, Bus and Commercial Vehicle Sectors, and Automechanika Johannesburg, serving the automotive aftermarket (608 exhibitors in 2015, 400 international). As with Scalex Johannesburg, these Shows target trade visitors from the sub-Saharan African Region, optimising the trade visitors.

South Africa´s leading trade fair for transport systems, infrastructure and logistics solutions targeting trade visitors from the Sub-Saharan Region.

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South Africa´s leading trade fair for transport systems, infrastructure and logistics solutions targeting trade visitors for the Sub-Saharan Region Fair Dates Opening Hours Location

27 - 30 September 2017 (biennial) 09:00 – 18:00; Saturday 09:00 – 13:00 Johannesburg Expo Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Exhibition Profile

Scalex Johannesburg is sub-Saharan Africa's leading professional event for the logistics and materials handling sector bringing regional industry, buyers and suppliers together to share ideas and further business relationships.

Automotive Service Industry Transport, Trucks, Buses & Trailers

Co-location with Automechanika Johannesburg and Futuroad Expo Johannesburg provides participants with opportunity to launch new products and showcase innovative products, services and technology at one all-inclusive industry event. Product Groups

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Admission Fee

Trade visitors only. No admission fee for pre-registered trade visitors. On-site registration fee R50 per person.

Fringe Programme

Conferences, workshops and business matchmaking service

Contact

Scalex Johannesburg P O Box 3175, Cresta, 2118 Tel: +27 11 494 5003 Fax: +27 11 494 5004

Robert Kaiser, Show Manager robert.kaiser@southafrica.messefrankfurt.com Perusha Singh, Enquiries / Bookings perusha.singh@southafrica.messefrankfurt.com

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