Monday, March 26, 2012

Incline Conveyor

Bricking Solutions has a new product! Our Incline Conveyor transports refractory from the kiln floor to the bricking machine work platform. This product is a perfect solution if there is no access for a fork lift to enter the kiln. Like our other conveyors, the Incline Conveyor is made out of lightweight high quality aluminum and is easily set up. The Incline Conveyor can be built for any size bricking machine from 3.5M - 7M kiln shell ID. The Incline Conveyor allows refractory to be transferred up to the work platform with minimal to no labor required and has emergency shut off switches located at each end of the conveyor.


Please contact Bricking Solutions for more information: 360-794-1277 or info@brickingsolutions.com

Monday, March 19, 2012

BBS Technical Services


Is safety your concern? It should always be first when discussing maintaining your kiln. Bricking Solutions has developed a new division BBS Services. BBS Services is centered around providing our customers the highest level of customer service and proper training to make sure your bricking machine is ready for your next outage. With over 30 years of Refractory installation knowledge in our BBS services team we offer refractory consultation to further your kiln optimization. 
For more information please contact Stacey Rice stacey@brickingsolutions.com


Monday, March 12, 2012

Largest Machine Ever


            Bricking Solutions is delivering the largest fully adjustable EZ FLEXX bricking machine ever built to LKAB mining located in Kiruna, Sweden.  This machine will have a range of 5.5m to 7.5m to work in their two 5.5-6.1m kilns, their 6.7m kiln and their 6.8-7.5m kiln, with the ability to adjust through the conical sections on the fly taking only minutes for each adjustment.
What truly makes this EZ FLEXX bricking machine unique is the uni-body bolt together frame design allowing this large machine to fit through the relatively small kiln door access.


 Bricking Solutions with it forty plus years engineering and fabricating experience designs machines as small as 1.5m shell ID to 7.6m and larger to work in the largest kilns in the world.