|We supply a comprehensive range of quality equipment for the processing and conveying of bulk powders and granules. Use of the latest technology available such as 3-D CAD, laser profiling, water jetting, CNC bending and machining ensures repeatable accuracy and fully interchangeable spare parts.
Custom Bulk Handling Solutions
We design and manufacture equipment that includes amongst others: rotary vane feeders, flap valves, knife gates, screw conveyors, diverter valves, vibrating bin dischargers, telescopic loaders and ribbon blenders specifically for the handling of powdered and granular solids. All of the products are designed and manufactured in-house.
We provides both custom bulk solid handling equipment as well as customisable solutions
We offer solutions for all industries dealing with bulk materials and covers the entire spectrum of bulk materials handling and storage applications.
Our comprehensive laboratory test facilities and our highly qualified and commited team of engineers and consultants are available to assist you to overcome existing handling problems and to design new systems which will guarantee future trouble-free plant operation.
We offer a comprehensive Wamgroup product range including equipment for
Bulk Material Handling
Mixing and Vibration Technology
Drying & Thermal Solids
Dust Collection & Air Pollution Control
Material Handling & Transportation
Mixers & Blenders
Screening & Seperation
Valves, Gates, & Airlocks
Our products range focuses on the bulk and continuous handling, storage of minerals, powder and granular materials and associated processing industries. We know this to be of particular interest to: project engineers, design engineers, senior managers within various industry sectors including port and cargo handling; storage and handling of coal, ore, cement, ash; grain and food stuffs; animal feedstuffs and agricultural waste; quarrying, iron, steel, foundry and ceramics; petrochemicals; heavy mineral extraction and processing.
The field of bulk material handling is quite complex. Bulk solids theory has unique terminology, scientific flow principles that are not applicable to fluid or gas flow behaviors, and often has not been taught to engineers at the university level. Personnel responsible for designing, fabricating, installing, and operating bulk material handling equipment are often ill-prepared for the complex flow behavior occurring with bulk solids. Thus, equipment is often designed based on a costly trial-and-error approach.