Dos Santos International recently commissioned two Sandwich belt high angle conveyors for Continental Gold’s Buriticá project in Antioquia, Colombia. The DSI Sandwich high angle conveyors
In one of the latest DSI Sandwich high angle conveyor installations, Dos Santos International has started up a new hybrid Sandwich belt high angle conveyor
Dos Santos International has begun the start up of its patented DSI Sandwich belt Adder Snake conveyor for the Yara Sluiskil shiploader upgrade project in
Dos Santos International was awarded a contract near the Gulf of Mexico, which includes engineering support and supply of a DSI Snake Sandwich High Angle
Dos Santos International is pleased to announce they have been awarded a contract to provide their DSI Sandwich belt high angle conveyor to Bedeschi S.p.A.
This article deals predominantly with the Dos Santos Sandwich Belt High Angle Conveyors, a technology developed by this writer nearly 40 years ago. The first
Sandwich belt high angle conveyors remain the missing link in IPCC.
Five DSI Sandwich belt high angle conveyors were used in the Snap Lake and Victor diamond mines for the De Beers company.
There are many ways to convey bulk materials, and no one knows that better than Dos Santos International. Dos Santos International is the world’s foremost
Sandwich Belt high angle conveyors are proven, versatile systems for elevating or lowering bulk materials continuously at steep angles up to 90°. A wide range
THE EXPANDED CONVEYOR TECHNOLOGY In 1979, a “High-angle conveyor study” was funded by the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines and executed by
The Grand Paris Express is the largest transport project in Europe.
A major study in 1979 sought to develop high angle conveying systems that could continuously haul the mined bulk material directly out of the pit, along the high wall, “the shortest distance between the two end points.” The sandwich belt high angle conveyor was the result.
Development of the sandwich belt high angle conveyor concept has come a long way since its first introduction in the early 1950s. Over the approximate