Great Belt Conveyor Design and Engineering Support
Associates of Overland Conveyor Co are totally dedicated to understanding and designing reliable bulk material handling belt conveyors. The more difficult the application, the better we like it.
Headquartered in the USA since 1996, we serve all mining and belt conveyance industries throughout the world.
Core competencies include general design principals of moving bulk materials between two points on an endless belt. Whether your application can be done conventionally or is best served by a non-conventional approach, our unbiased engineers can find the best solution and most importantly, provide the best advice.
We understand every component and sub-system that makes up a conveyance solution. Services span from budgetary studies to conceptual design to manufacturing and commissioning to improving system or component availability to root cause failure analysis.
Our “Applied DEM” division was formed in 2003 to bring advanced Discrete Element Modeling (DEM) technology to all conveyor engineers. http://applieddem.com/
Our company requires the best design tools possible. We know ours are the best because we develop them ourselves and spend considerable time every day making them better. These same tools used to design the biggest conveyors in the world are available to everyone.
Belt Analyst™ is a general purpose workhorse for all belt conveyor professionals. Calculate power requirements and size components. Design from scratch, upgrade equipment or solve problems.
Dynamic Analyst™ is a high end, flexible body simulation tool for analyzing conveyor controls for the most critical transient conditions of stopping and starting belt conveyors. This tool has become a necessity for engineers designing long or high capacity conveyor.
Bulk Flow Analyst™ simulates the flow of bulk materials through transfer chutes using DEM. Identify and eliminate plugging, spillage, impact and wear points before cutting any steel. The most effective way to insure the most critical areas of loading and unloading are optimized to be as safe and effective as possible.