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In this section you will find a range of brief, informative and easy-to-read news articles which provide commentary and updates for across the solids handlings industry. Often the article is provided by one of SPIRAC Group engineer and they are perfect light reading, if you are on public transport or relaxing on the weekend. Grab your device and enjoy read as these articles provide you with a wealth of news at your fingertips.

17/10/2022
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It is important to understand the variations in silo outloading technology, and which system is right for each type of facility. The most significant difference lies in the outloading methods for non-free-flowing materials, with sliding-frame silos and live-bottom silos being the two main and distinct outloading options for this kind of material. 

07/10/2022
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SPIRAC Group is increasing production capacity for Stainless Steel Equipment and Shaftless Spiral conveyors in Australia. Construction activities are continuing throughout October, with work to be completed in December.

26/07/2022
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Come visit us at WIOA in Logan, Queensland booth 16 at the 46TH QUEENSLAND WATER INDUSTRY OPERATIONS CONFERENCE EXHIBITION

If you’re an operator, manager, engineer, consultant, or professional or someone who is working in the water industry or just has an interest in water, then this is a must-attend event.

25/07/2022
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Great work from one of our service teams in the UK. The old screen compactor was removed and replaced by a new SPIROWASH® (compactor). It took the service team two days to complete the task and have the site up and running.

08/02/2022
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SPIRAC manufactured a grit space capsule that has successfully and safely passed testing. 

The capsule is designed to protect grit against intense organics buildup as it plunges back towards earth. The grit makes a nail-biting entry into the grit capsule before it utilises a multi-stage washing process to remove organics and other larger, lower density objects.