Across a variety of industries and applications, one common conveyor problem that is consistently mentioned is rollers jamming. Material spillage is inevitable in most industrial conveyor applications and it is difficult to avoid. However, when material spills over the side of the belt, it may get jammed in between the roller and frame, stopping the […]
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What is employee engagement? Just because you have happy employees, does that mean they are engaged and care about the organization and its goals? These are a few questions that have recently become much more important to companies of all sizes, all around the world.
This past week on June 25, Luff had its annual Summer Family BBQ! Every year the Fasoli family organizes a fantastic company BBQ for their employees and families and every year it seems to get bigger and better.
One of the most misunderstood belt conveyor idler assembly types in the industry is the “mighty” picking idler. It is also known as an “unequal” troughing idler however the former name for this assembly is perhaps more descriptive. While the wing rollers in the assembly will still form the conveyor belt that it carries into […]
As more conveyor systems are being designed with increased speed and capacity the importance of pulley lagging has become more evident. Ceramic lagging is no longer seen only as a solution to slippage problems, but as a standard on drive pulleys to prevent costly maintenance and replacement of damaged pulleys.
Luff Industries has recently become a member of the Power Transmission Distributors Association (PTDA). The PTDA is the leading association for the industrial power transmission/motion control (PT/MC) distribution channel. PT/MC products can be found in manufacturing plants, assembly lines, in production processes, essentially anywhere there is movement.