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Case Study: Sumitomo-Hansen’s P4 UniMiner Drive is a good fit with West River Conveyors

Download Full PDF Case Study. Sumitomo-Hansen’s P4 UniMiner Drives are used on many of West River’s belt drives based on the flexibility and high customer satisfaction of the products. Customers benefit in the universal and flippable mounting features of the P4 Uniminer, eliminating the need to buy reducers specifically oriented for each installation. This is a great advantage to users wanting to purchase spares for future changeouts where one reducer covers all orientations.

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OVERLAND CONVEYORS

OVERLAND CONVEYORS

Cost-effective solutions for hauling aggregates like sand and gravel over long distances.

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UNDERGROUND CONVEYORS

UNDERGROUND CONVEYORS

Improve mining operations with custom conveyors that are tested for safety and reliability.

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PARTS

PARTS

An online inventory stocked with gearboxes, fluid couplings and other parts ready to be shipped.

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CONVEYOR BELTS

CONVEYOR BELTS

Avoid unplanned downtime and injuries that can arise from worn out conveyor belts.

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