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The Somerset Toilet Company Ltd based just outside Bristol needed a cost-effective conveyor solution to meet increased production and distribution demands. Coveya was on hand to help.
The Invader 45 was the perfect solution for a Scottish based artificial grass supplier that needed an efficient solution to move top soil ready for the grass to be laid.
Following a free on-site visit and design approval, we supplied on hire 1 x 6.0m GP750 that was tasked to move internal demolition arising inside the building which had a listed facade, out through a window opening to the muck away lorry.
Coveya supplied on hire or Easikit 600 conveyors for a demolition project in Moorgate, London. The conveyors offered a safe and efficient way of moving rubble from the basement to the muck away vehicle.
The Easikit 300 was used on hire for a basement excavation project in London that saw the movement of materials up to first floor level.
The Coveya team were delighted to work with Metnor Construction on a new swimming pool project.
Coveya was delighted to supply three of our Easibelt 300 conveyors for a leading supplier of woodworking equipment based in Cambridgeshire.
An innovative and efficient high throughput conveyor solution to lift a large amount of ballast from ground level to a raised railway line.
Coveya were delighted to supply on hire, 18 x EK450's totaling 98m in length of a unique project-based in Surrey
Coveya provided the EK600 conveyor system on hire to feed from the centrifuge up onto a reversing conveyor which could feed into two bins enabling the site to have no downtime while one bin would be emptied and returned.
Coveya supplied on hire, our Bulk Feed Hopper with 3 x 15m lengths of our EK900 conveyor for Marshall Mono PLC, a leading supplier of external landscaping, interior design, paving, and flooring products.
Coveya supplied a 450mm wide Easibelt conveyor 9.9m in length at a tyre sales & fitting company that was looking for a conveyor for their Kingston, London depot.
Coveya provided a solution to carry the demolition and excavation spoil out of the site, over the public footpath, and discharge into barges on the Thames.
The Coveya Easikit 450 was able to discharge soil at a rate of one metre per second supporting a landscaping project that came at the end of a £450m project at Southmead Hospital, Bristol.
A landslide at a residential care home in Derbyshire caused a 72m challenge for local contractors when moving excavation spoil but linking the Easikit™ 300 and Easikit™ 450 conveyors solved the problem.
While demolishing the former Quality Hotel building in Plymouth, Gilpin Demolition needed our Easikit 1200 conveyors to remove asbestos cement from the rubble as quickly and safely as possible.
Coveya set up a series of Easikit conveyors that allowed the contractor to quickly start work removing the gravel. It had to be safe, both from a manual and environmental perspective.
Coveya's bespoke modular solution protected the Grade II listed building, whilst enabling simple, effective materials movement offsite within a busy environment.
Working closely with the basement construction contractors, we make basement excavations easier, ensuring that our conveyor belt systems are installed to suit the site requirements and enable other works to carry on around the bulk excavation of the basement.
The 9-metre modular Easikit conveyor then took the spoil up the 35-degree angle to a height of just over 5 metres. at the top of the hospital walkway, it fed directly into a 14-metre flat conveyor, which carried the spoil away from the site and discharged onto a pile, where the spoil was hauled away.
A bespoke conveyor system was designed and installed at a new clinic in Harley Street - the first proton beam therapy unit in London.
White Moss Horticulture needed a way to unpack the contents of approximately 2 million bags of compost and so an Easikit™ 900 conveyor angled from the ground to over the hopper came into its own.
3 x Easikit™ 600 conveyors (6.4m each) with custom-made wheeled frames and a silenced generator were used for a platform upgrade at Lime Street Station.
2,500 tons of rubbish following the Glastonbury Festival was sifted, sorted and recycled using 11 linked Easikit™ 900 conveyors
equally a 110m network of conveyors.
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