A rapid deployment cycle is a requisite for success in the extractive industry. Satisfied management groups know that fact very well, so the demand for top-tier quarrying and mining equipment is a core objective for the extractive site’s buying department. In short, long-term savings and short-term productivity goals come quickly to mines and quarries when quality guides the equipment purchasing strategy. Having articulated that fundamental truth, let’s see how Hawk Machinery caters for your extractive demands.
Which is best here, rigidity or flexibility? Interestingly, both options are part of the Hawk Machinery mission statement. Your equipment is built tough, so the alloys used in the crushers and feeders are extremely durable. Quarried stone and screened minerals won’t warp the housings, nor will they corrupt the inner workings of an eccentrically mounted vibrating motor. As for the versatility factor, that’s a design requirement, not a product feature, although some of the engineering plastics used here are designed to elastically absorb impact. However, when talking about versatility, we’re really referring to flexible designs on the drawing board, not the worksite.
Manufactured screening decks and grizzly feeders are constructed from the toughest alloys, just as we said in the above paragraph. Meanwhile, the customisation service skips back in the manufacturing sequence, back to a point where the client specified a design parameter that accommodated a stated extractive requirement. The width of the deck, the type of screening media, and all other material processing factors are addressed by this equipment tailoring capability. Incidentally, that service isn’t restricted to basic machine shop alterations. No, we’re talking about a degree of engineering acuity that shapes every electromechanical element within and around the equipment.
Computer aided design (CAD) enables the manufacturing department within the Hawk Machinery factory to adapt any product to any material stream. If the flowing aggregate torrent is dust-heavy and loaded with a particular mineral, the abrasion-resistant screens are broadened. The decks and twin shafted gearing assemblies similarly adapt, with the CAD package making all necessary alterations. Whether you need power transmission alterations in gearing packages or broadened material conveyance decks, this ability to alter mining and quarrying equipment on the digital drawing board cannot be overestimated.
Hawk Machinery engineers construct robust machine assemblies, but bodywork durability is only the beginning. Designed to suit the client’s unique extractive specifications, the heavy-duty gear isn’t casually repurposed once it has been constructed. Better than that, the features and functions of the mining and quarrying equipment are decided on the drawing board, then constructed so that they fully suit their purpose.