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CEMA publishes “Belt Conveyors for Bulk Materials, with Metric Conversion”

This fully updated 7th edition of the “Belt Conveyors for Bulk Materials”, is a must have source book for end users, designers, engineers, manufacturers and consultants.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
April 16, 2014

CEMA has published the 7th edition of “Belt Conveyors for Bulk Materials, with Metric Conversion” is now available in print and PDF format.

CEMA (Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association) has come a long way from 1966 when the first edition of the “Belt Conveyors for Bulk Materials” was released with just 331 pages. This newest release of the 7th edition contains over 837 pages which includes basic data, fundamentals of design, belt conveyor capacities, belt selections, general applications, Ki and Ai factors; and most important of all, Metric Conversion throughout the book in text, figures and tables. Equations and graphics are numbered throughout this edition as well.

This fully updated 7th edition of the “Belt Conveyors for Bulk Materials”, is a must have source book for end users, designers, engineers, manufacturers and consultants. R. Todd Swinderman of RToddS Engineering acted as lead editor. Additional notable contributors include Allen Reicks of Overland Conveyor and Members of the CEMA Engineering Conference.  To purchase the printed and/or pdf version, please go to our CEMA Store at:
http://www.cemastore.com/shop/

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