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Publication Date: 09/1994
Pages: 4
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Mechanical fastener splices improve coal mine's belt conveyor reliability

When belt conveyor downtime prevented a coal mine from achieving production capacity, the mine made improvements including new belt splices to increase belt availability and coal production.

Located near Rangely, Colo., Deserado is one of four mines owned and operated by companies affiliated with Western Fuels Association, Inc., a fuel supply cooperative comprising consumer-owned electric utilities in the Great Plains, the Rocky Mountains, the Southwest, and in Louisiana.

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