Robson Handling Technology Ltd awarded IP64 product approval

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Robson Handling Technology Ltd, a UK based specialist in material handling solutions has achieved IP64 approval for its products. Responding to valuable customer feedback, Robson has undertaken third party testing to ensure that their state of the art sealing technology performs to IP64, the Ingress Protection rating.

 

Jeff Hudson, Robson CEO said:

“As we continue to develop our products, it is great to provide even more tangible benefits to our customers.”

Robson’s conveyors have been ATEX approved for many years. The Robson sealing technology now IP64 rated, provides reassurance of dust containment. This sealing technology removes the dangers associated with dust emissions when conveying potentially explosive materials, such as biomass, grain and sugar. Additionally, containment prevents spillages which in turn reduces waste for users as well as saving housekeeping and cleaning costs.

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In addition to the local environment being protected, the conveyed material is also protected from the outside elements, ensuring continuous material quality.

Stuart Westley, Robson Sales Director stated:

“We are delighted to add the IP64 approval as a further product endorsement, which is key when quality, safety and costs are paramount to our customers.”

 

Products covered include the Airglide, Belt Conveyor, Bucket Elevator, Lump Breaker and Screw Conveyor.

 

Notes:

  • Robson is a fourth generation family owned UK handling technology provider, with over 100 years' experience of developing innovative solutions to address customers end-to-end handling requirements across industries worldwide
  • Operating from its Sheffield headquarters, Robson has a comprehensive portfolio of high quality products, with clear design and engineering capabilities that have been proven by decades of industry experience
  • For more information, go to www.robson.co.uk
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