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Flender: At home in the mine

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Whether in Peru, China or Australia, in Chile, Russia or Zambia, Brazil, India or the USA, all over the world conveyor systems transport billions of tonnes of material over long distances, often under extreme environmental conditions, at high temperatures and mostly across impassable terrain without water and with poor infrastructure.

As a provider of drive technology for primary production and material extraction we are very familiar with all the requirements of mine operation. For decades, Flender has been working with our customers to develop optimised and integrated solutions to meet extreme local requirements.


Flender aims to provide continuously-running conveyor belts.

To lastingly ensure system availability on long distances, in narrow spaces or in hot, arid hilly and mountainous districts, the company has designed various solutions to precisely meet local conditions.

Output power and speed reflect only the self-evident parameters that the company’s base set. In project management, the company often talks about flexibility, primarily regarding cooling and always about system availability. An idle conveyor belt way out yonder, right at the very edge, is every mine operator’s nightmare. Stoppages should therefore be avoided at all costs.

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