According to OSHA, in order to prevent dust explosions and fires, employers must (among other things): Develop and implement a written housekeeping program with instructions to reduce dust accumulations on ledges, floors, equipment and other exposed surfaces.Identify "priority" housekeeping areas in grain elevators. The "priority" housekeeping areas include floor areas within 35 feet of inside bucket elevators, floors of enclosed areas containing grinding equipment and floors of enclosed areas containing grain dryers located inside the facility. Dust accumulations in these priority housekeeping areas shall not exceed 1/8th inch. Employers should make every effort to minimize dust accumulations on exposed surfaces
RNC-CO offers products in four different finishes: Prepared CS Painted, GS with Zinc Rich Painted Welds, Hot Dipped Galvanized and Stainless Steel. The most popular finish is the Hot Dipped Galvanized.
The design team at RNC-CO has built, installed and serviced hundreds of MH solutions. They understand the components that need to be accessible during maintenance. Our models are built with maintenance in mind and customizable applications are available.
RNC-CO is proud to be a hands-on manufacturer. We want our product to be your most understood piece of equipment. We offer on site training, service calls and industry training at K-State. Each piece of equipment shipped from our facility is coupled with training on service, best practices, and functionality. We want you to understand all of the unique aspects of RNC-CO equipment. Our Engineers design with the end in mind. Ease of use, service-ability and durability are present in each design. If you are unsure on a service procedure, or have a belt slipping, drop us a line so the
RNC-CO builds industrial strength conveyors that last. With that said, if you want them to really last, there are key service assignments that need to be completed on a seasonal basis. This practice also allows you to take care of any wear items that may reak havoc mid-season. Here's the reader's digest version: lock-out tag-out, open all maintenance doors, visually inspect every inch (bolts, liners, chains, bearings...), tighten, realign and replace anything that shows wear or trouble, close it back up. It's that easy, a few hours of maintenence can save your days in your busy season!
RNC-CO offers industrial strength material handling equipment that is customizable. Our company leaders design, install and train on the equipment, so they know the intricacies that customers face in the field. With two locations, RNC-CO offers prompt service and production. We ship complete and on time.
Our team loves to figure out little tricks to efficiency, so much that we compiled all the tricks into a handy-dandy upgrade file. Over the next year, we'll be sharing those tips with you- here! You may already practice these tips, but just in case: Upgrade #1: Install an electrical disconnect within 6 feet of your conveyor motor. This will help with locating the disconnect and remain visible to the mechanics during seasonal maintenance.
We met by the bayou and brought home some beads, but the best thing about New Orleans last month was getting to see all our customer's faces at the GEAPS Exchange! It was a pleasure to meet potential customers as well. This is one of our favorite networking events and it never fails to deliver fun! In case you missed the event, we loaded up our best and brightest- equipment and staffers- for a week full of learning and listening. The GEAPS staff put on a great event! We saw new concepts at the Idea Exchange with products ranging from
Winter savings and trade show season go together like peanut butter and jelly. Most of the winter programs are coming to a close and looking to capitalize on the final numbers, while equipment manufacturers are pulling out all the stops to show off their best and brightest on the trade show floor. For what? For your approval. We work with our product day in and day out and we know the selling points forward and backward. But do you? Do you have your list ready? Do you know what you need? Preparing a spec list prior to the trade show