ASGCO Conveyor Training

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ASGCO Conveyor Training

ASGCO has just completed its first year of “Conveyor Training 101” classes with over 14 companies from 5 countries. A total of 45 people have attended ranging from power plant maintenance mechanics to mine superintendents, to distributor salesmen. In our 2 day “hands-on” class, your team will spend classroom time discussing the most common conveyor problems such as mis-tracking, spillage and dust. The remainder of the day is spent in our “hands-on” conveyor training room, installing components on a full size working conveyor. Our experienced staff will show your team the ease of installing and maintaining ASGCO conveyor components. We can also develop the training course to meet your particular conveyor needs.

The goal of our training program for everyone that attends, is to learn one new / better technique / quicker / and safer way to work around, troubleshoot and solve everyday conveyor problems to help make their conveyor systems run more efficiently. The comments below say it all…please contact us immediately as classes are filling up. “Hands-on” is always better then “on-line”.

“I would like to start by saying Thank You; to you personally and ASGCO for being outstanding host's during our attendance at the product installation training this week. I have been in the electric generation business for over twenty two years and prior to that was in the mechanical maintenance section of an open pit mining operation for eight years. I have installed countless belt cleaners, skirting systems, blow out preventers, idlers and almost anything that pertained to conveyor systems and never has any company or salesman taken the time or concern to show me the exact proper installation of these items, yes I can read instructions but in real life you tell yourself how hard can it really be and you throw it in walk away than constantly say "that thing sure doesn't clean very well" let's put a couple more turns on the tensioner or maybe we can stop the coal fines from coming out of the skirtboard by cramming the rubber skirting further in the coal flow. My point is I hope you can get the message out to all end users how to properly install these products; it is sure refreshing to know you can count on someone after the sale. As you know I am just waiting to complete the inventory of my belt cleaning system and as soon as it is complete I will start with some of the tougher areas and install the ASGCO EZ-Skalper and will continue to research the secondary cleaner that will best fit my applications. Please feel free to use me for any reference for your business.”

Best Regards,

Scott A. Grove

Fuels Material Handling Operations Supervisor II

Martin Drake Power Plant

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