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How To Choose Shaft Mount Reducers

Any type of conveyor needs a variety of major and niche components to operate efficiently at peak performance. One of the more important niche components of the overall conveyor structure is the shaft mount reducer. Here we’ll take a closer look at the functionality of shaft mount reducers, why they’re important to the workings of […]

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Underground Rigid Rail (The Newest Way To Use Structure)

Conveyors serve a variety of different purposes, whether they’re located in the warehouse, in the mine, in a facility or quarry. You already know that the type of conveyor you select should be contingent on the location it’s set to be installed in as well as the product it’s designed to move. However, when it […]

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How To Choose The Right Conveyor Backstop

Conveyor backstops protect inclined conveyors from gravity, notably when it comes to accelerated reverse runway. Backstops are safety mechanisms that stop product rollback on a stopped conveyor or drive failure. This is particularly important on fully loaded belt, as accelerated material will spill and create substantial liabilities or catastrophic damage to critical conveyor components. Essentially, […]

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How To Choose Conveyor Structure

Like how the chassis of an automobile helps offer ruggedness, durability and smooth driving, the structure of a conveyor largely performs a similar role. It doesn’t matter what industries your conveyor is servicing – from sand and gravel to silver, salt, trona, potash, copper or coal – the structure is important and cannot be taken […]

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How To Choose Reducer/Gearbox Gearing Parts

Whether your conveyor is working to transport sand, gravel, wood, paper, gold or sugar, it’s crucial that you can rely on it to work effectively. There are numerous moving parts that enable your conveyor to perform reliably and efficiently, transporting product over considerable distances. Some of the most important components that you’ll want to ensure […]

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How To Choose Fluid Couplings Parts

When it comes to ensuring that conveyors are working effectively and efficiently, there are many moving parts that need to be working in sync. A fluid coupling is a key component. Specifically, fluid couplings are hydrodynamic devices that work to transmit rotating mechanical energy between the likes of axes or drive shafts. They serve several […]

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ISO 9001:2015 Certification Received!

We are excited and proud to have recently met requirements to receive an ISO 9001:2015 certification on September 20, 2018 from Intertek. The certification is applicable to the Design, Manufacture, Rebuild and Distribute Conveyor Equipment and Parts. We had several reasons to pursue the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification: We recently completed a year long process of […]

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10 Sand & Gravel Conveyor Replacement Parts That Can Boost Efficiency

Conveyor systems play a vital role in many markets and industries, however, they often vary by the material they’re being used to transport and the various demands that they’re required to meet. This is especially true when it comes to conveyor systems in the sand and gravel field. When you work with such a demanding […]

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Q&A With Joe Street & JB Roulett — Owners of WRC!

When did you start the company and business? JB: 1981 Joe: This is the story I always tell – there was an auction at this little conveyor company on the Levisa River at Oakwood. JB and I went to the auction and purchased everything for $118,000 in 1981. Then JB and I looked at each […]

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WRC Reps Travel To Colombia, South America For International Expansion

Company representatives Joe Street and Pete Savage recently traveled to Bogota, Colombia, South America for a week-long trip focused on generating further international business relationships. The trip, that ran from November 28-December 5 and was put together by the Virginia Economic Development Partnership, involved several companies from across the state of Virginia interested in increasing […]

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