NFLG crawler mobile screen, using all diesel engine power, hydraulic drive technology, the main core parts are: the engine (caterpillar), hydraulic, bearing, valve group and other fully follow the imported brand. Crawler mobile screening station can be used in quarry, mine, construction demolition debris treatment, topsoil treatment, material recycling, sand and gravel screening, coal mine and aggregate screening.
The core components adopt international first-tier brands such as Linde, Eaton of the United States, and IFM of Germany. The imported components of the whole machine occupy more than 78%, and the quality is more guaranteed.
Double deck cabinet body and inspection door system to protect dust and moisture effectively. Imported vehicle controller and dialog processing module control; high standard wiring harness manufacturing process to ensure stable and lasting operation of the system. Simplify equipment fault diagnosis with code and icon instructions, and real-time monitoring of engine information is conducive to on-site maintenance and diagnosis.
While many of the semi-mobile stations introduced over the past decade have proven to be too large and costly for regular relocations, our Mobile Crushing Station was designed with these key attributes in mind:
The requirements of the IPCC system may change during the lifecycle of your mine. For instance, geology can vary greatly from the original mine design. The crushing station must be flexible enough to handle a changing variety of material from sticky clay to hard or brittle rocks. It also should be able to accommodate feed from trucks and shovels.
The result of our design is a unique and compact machine, with the highest-quality steel structures, crawler travel systems and apron feeders, as well as a productive and reliable sizer, double-roll crusher or hybrid of the two, to appropriately size a variety of material. An innovative stability concept on our machine allows loading of the crusher via hydraulic- or rope-shovels without any temporary support keeping the system solid, yet fully mobile, under all conditions. This not only keeps availability at a high level, but also improves the positioning of the machine.
The PF200 Mobile Crushing Station is a fully customisable plant based on traditional design concepts. We have integrated multiple positioning and discharge functions into a single station. It is well suited for large mines that have few space restrictions.
Characterised by centrally located crawler tracks and a suspended discharge boom, the PF200 allows a number of variations on its basic design, including hydraulic hopper supports, a slewable support structure, and intermediate transfer conveyors. The advantages of this design include the capacity range, options and flexibility of the discharge conveyor.
Our PF300 Mobile Crushing Station is a highly compact plant with a modern design, based on simplicity and manoeuvrability. It offers stability, and its small footprint supports relocation and mine advances.
The plant can be equipped with a sizer, double-roll or hybrid crusher to suit varying demands. The PF300 is the most mobile design, able follow hydraulic- or rope-shovels at the mining face. The stable triangular footprint of the crawler tracks lets the crusher operate without any additional ground support. A detached discharge conveyor operates without oscillations. The advantages of this design include manoeuvrability and optimum positioning, stability and maximum availability. The PF300 can either work in combination with a belt wagon, mobile transfer conveyors, or load bridges as the connecting downstream link to the face conveyor.
The PF400 is a further refinement of the PF300 concept, with a front end tailored to accept a dozer push. Where applicable, pushing with dozers can be a very cost-effective alternative to shovels, further expanding your options for IPCC in mining applications. The PF400 combines this loading technique with maximum mobility and our reliable sizer, double-roll or hybrid crusher to effectively process a range of materials from hard to wet and sticky.
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KESTER, Belgium (AP) To a few of the locals, the top-secret, fenced-off installation on the hill is known as the radar station. Some folks claim to have seen mysterious Russians in the area. Over the years, rumors have swirled that it might be a base for U.S. nuclear warheads.
Its easy to see how the rumors start. The site is visually striking. Four huge white Kevlar balls sit like giant spherical spacecraft in a compound in the middle of open farm country 25 kilometers (16 miles) west of Belgium's capital, Brussels.
But the Kester Satellite Ground Station is both safer and more sophisticated than local lore might suggest. Its central to space communications at NATO the biggest and most modern of four such stations the military alliance runs.
Around 2,000 satellites orbit the earth, over half operated by NATO countries, ensuring everything from mobile phone and banking services to weather forecasts. NATO commanders in places like Afghanistan or Kosovo rely on some of them to navigate, communicate, share intelligence and detect missile launches.
This week, the site at Kester is set to fall under a new orbit, when NATO announces that it is creating a space center to help manage satellite communications and key parts of its military operations around the world.
In December, NATO leaders declared space to be the alliances fifth domain of operations, after land, sea, air and cyberspace. Over two days of talks starting Thursday, NATO defense ministers will greenlight a new space center at the alliances Air Command in Ramstein, Germany.
Its part of the alliances efforts to keep ahead in a fast moving and hi-tech sector, particularly amid concern about what member countries say is increasingly aggressive behavior in space by China and Russia.
Around 80 countries have satellites and private companies are moving in too. In the 1980s, just a fraction of NATOs communications was via satellite. Today, its at least 40%. During the Cold War, NATO had more than 20 stations, but new technologies mean the worlds biggest security organization can double its coverage with a fifth of that number.
At Kester, behind a double security fence, massive steel gates and bulletproof glass in a facility that can withstand a terror attack or any attempt to jam communications, four satellite dishes ensconced in Kevlar domes connect NATOs civilian and military headquarters in Belgium to their operations around the world.
From their elevated position, the dishes two of them 16 meters (52 feet) in diameter beam information and imagery down across Europe and over Africa into space above the equator where satellites owned by allies like the United States, Britain, France and Italy orbit. NATO itself doesn't own any satellites.
Around the globe, commanders in ships, aircraft and mobile or static headquarters decrypt the data to gather orders, pictures and intelligence, prepare missions, or move troops and military equipment. From Kester, new lines of communication can be set up for NATO within a half-hour.
Much of the facility is encased in thick steel plates, including the ducts where cables run, to withstand any attack by electromagnetic pulses high bursts of energy that can knock out electrical power grids or destroy electronic circuit boards and components.
Some nations including Russia and China are developing anti-satellite systems which could blind, disable or shoot down satellites and create dangerous debris in orbit. We must increase our understanding of the challenges in space and our ability to address them, Stoltenberg said.
For the moment, the military alliance insists that its approach will remain defensive and fully in line with international law. And despite the strides being made in the fifth domain, Stoltenberg has repeatedly said over the last year that NATO has no intention to put weapons in space.
BEIJING (AP) China sent a flight to bring home 210 of its nationals from Afghanistan, state media reported Friday, as the U.S. military prepares to leave the country and the security situation grows increasingly fraught. The Global Times newspaper published by the ruling Communist Party said the Xiamen Airlines flight departed July 2 from the Afghan capital, Kabul, and landed in the central province of Hubei. The airline confirmed the report in a post on its Twitter-like Weibo account but offe
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Josie is a very happy little calf who is living the good life on this beautiful farm in Ontario, Canada. But she needs a little help, because her mother, MJ just doesn't have enough milk for her. Josie need a little more milk in the morning and the evening to thrive. Dave, a farm helper, is happy to come and visit her each day and bring her breakfast. Josie comes running when she's called or when she sees Dave. She eagerly drinks her milk and then she nurses on MJ for more. She wags her tail with delight as she does so and few things are as adorable as a happy little calf. This is an ethical beef farm where herd health is more important than profit. The animals are treated well and they are given acres of rolling meadow for grazing, ponds full of fresh water, forested areas for shade and lots of room to roam free. There is even a large bull who watches over his herd protectively and does his duty each spring. The animals are provided with veterinary care and proper nutrition. They respond well to the kindness they are shown and they trust the farmers who care for them. It's life as close as possible to what nature intended for these gentle creatures. Many people choose a vegan lifestyle, which is commendable, but for those who will always eat meat, farms like these provide an excellent alternative to factory farming where corners are cut and animal care suffers. Ethical farms can be found almost anywhere and sourcing food locally reduces transportation costs, meaning that proper care can be provided without increasing costs substantially. There are many good reasons to support the many farmers who are doing things right.
A Taliban delegation in Moscow said on Friday that the group controlled over 85% of territory in Afghanistan and reassured Russia it would not allow the country to be used as a platform to attack others. Foreign forces, including the United States, are withdrawing after almost 20 years of fighting, a move that has emboldened Taliban insurgents to try to gain fresh territory in Afghanistan. That has prompted hundreds of Afghan security personnel and refugees to flee across the border into neighbouring Tajikistan and raised fears in Moscow and other capitals that Islamist extremists could infiltrate Central Asia, a region Russia views as its backyard.
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SURFSIDE, Fla. (AP) Rescue workers now focused on finding remains instead of survivors in the rubble of a Florida condominium collapse vowed Thursday to keep up their search for victims until they cleared all the debris at the site. Earlier, a fire official told family members at a meeting that crews will not stop working until theyve gotten to the bottom of the pile and recovered every single of the families missing loved ones, Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett said at an evening news confer
Highly-trained Colombian soldiers left at a loose end after retirement have frequently been tempted by opportunities to ply their trade abroad as private military contractors from Iraq to Yemen, military officials and experts said on Friday. At least 17 ex-members of Colombia's military are among the suspects in this week's assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/colombian-suspects-haiti-presidents-killing-arrived-via-dominican-republic-2021-07-09, who was shot early on Wednesday at his home by what officials said was a group of foreign mercenaries. But for those want to hire mercenaries, Colombia is a popular choice.
A former elementary teacher is facing sex charges in connection to several alleged incidents involving young girls at a west Edmonton school. Gilbert Lavigne, 55, of Edmonton, has been charged with four counts of sexual assault and four counts of sexual exploitation. Edmonton police say it was reported he committed offences against three of his students between 2016 and 2019. Two of the girls were nine at the time and the other girl was 11. "All of the offences, which reportedly included fondlin
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NB Power has warned property owners along the Mactaquac headpond that water levels are expected to drop by two feet ahead of a weekend storm, an indication the utility is changing its policy. Earlier this year, the water unexpectedly dropped about four feet without any warning from NB Power, leaving motorboats beached on rocks and sailboats stuck in the mud. But after CBC News reported on the issue this week, a notice went out warning that headpond waters are expected to drop by two feet before
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