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Latest update: 13.12.2021
Van Beek
TEL: +31 416375225
FAX: +31 416378350
Postfach 168
NL-5150 AD   Drunen
Netherlands

Christiaan Huygensweg 20
5151 DN   Drunen
Netherlands
Contact
+31 416 37 52 25
Ms. Birgit Klerkx-Schumacher
Marketing & Sales Support
The organization’s core activities consist of designing and manufacturing screw conveyors and bulk truck loading equipment.They are all designed to process bulk material, like powders, grains, flakes, granulate, paste etc. etc. Van Beek is characterized by offering total solutions, superb quality and service. About 50 enthusiastic, driven and highly involved employees are helping to raise the company to a higher level.

History

Van Beek’s history goes back to 1939. Since then Van Beek has developed to a leading company of the Benelux market. More than 50% of the sales head directly or indirectly abroad, which means that the products must be of an absolute superior quality in order to prevent any disruptions at its customers.
Products, services
 Screw conveyors - Tube conveyors, Trough screw conveyors, Shaftless conveyors, elevating, dosing, buffering, Hygienic conveyors: Speedclean, Easyclean
 Screw heat exchangers - Celsius screw heat exchangers, Cooling; Nitrogen cooler, Drying, Eggshell Dryer, Heating, Maintaining the correct temperature, Celsimix
 Bulk truck loaders - Dino bulk truck loaders, Dino Light, Dino Silverline, Dino ATEX, Dino Cement
Categories
Conveyors - Screw conveyors >> - Coreless screw conveyors
Conveyors - Screw conveyors >> - Paddle conveyors
Conveyors - Screw conveyors >> - Screw conveyors
Drying, dryers - Dryers - Screw dryers
Cooling/Heating - Coolers, heaters - Screw heaters/coolers
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Categories
Conveyors - Screw conveyors >> - Coreless screw conveyors
Conveyors - Screw conveyors >> - Paddle conveyors
Conveyors - Screw conveyors >> - Screw conveyors
Drying, dryers - Dryers - Screw dryers
Cooling/Heating - Coolers, heaters - Screw heaters/coolers
Mixing, blending - Mixers - Screw mixers

Posts

Van Beek screw conveyor component of revolutionary 3D concrete printer
Van Beek screw conveyor component of revolutionary 3D concrete printer
Architect Zeeshan Yunus Ahmed makes grateful use of Van Beek’s knowhow in his research at the TU/e. The Technical University of Eindhoven (TU/e) has been in the news a lot in recent years with the 3D printing of concrete. Together with the construction industry, the university wants to develop knowhow to print recyclable concrete products. For example in 2017 it rolled out a new cycle bridge from the revolutionary 3D concrete printer and last summer the longest concrete 3D printed pedestrian bridge (28 metres) in the world was installed in Nijmegen. In the background Zeeshan Yunus Ahmed, a researcher at the TU/e, is working on the next step: the 3D printing of reinforced concrete. To develop a prototype Ahmed’s research team opted for a screw conveyor and the knowhow of Van Beek. Reinforcing concrete Concrete is a brittle material that can take a lot of compressive force, but not much tensile force. To prevent cracking, it is therefore important to reinforce concrete
12.05.2020  |  1246x  |  Product news  | 
Bühler Group already a satisfied user of Celsimix for a quarter of a century
Bühler Group already a satisfied user of Celsimix
for a quarter of a century The Bühler Group from Switzerland has already been the biggest fan of our Celsimix for mixing a wide variety of difficult mixtures for more than 25 years. Bühler is a well-known system integrator that focusses primarily on mechanical and thermal process engineering. The company operates in over 140 countries and has more than 13 thousand employees. “The cooperation is very good and we want to build on this in the future”, says Herr Stöckel Purchasing Manager for the company’s Leingarten site. ‘The design we were looking for’ Bühler came into contact with Van Beek when the company was looking for a way to mix nuts with a ‘binder’, for the production for example of nut bars or filled chocolate bars on behalf of a customer. “It did not feel so much for us like choosing a supplier, as cooperation. The engineers at Van Beek helped us think things through from the start and the result is the optimum technical solution and the design we were looking for”,
14.04.2020  |  1067x  |  Press release  | 
Van Beek supplies superfast filter system for bulk powder to Screws and loading bellows make important contribution
Van Beek supplies superfast filter system for bulk powder to
Screws and loading bellows make important contribution Van Beek has made an important contribution to a superfast filter system for bulk powder. Wide Scope in Ghent in Belgium developed this loading and filter system and was looking for a partner to implement it. ”Cooperation with Van Beek has led to a very good end result”, says plant manager Gert Bert. Efficient solution for big bulk transhipment Wide Scope is a company of Dutch origin that provides a wide range of logistics services. The company specialises in handling white bulk products, such as kaolin and talc. The company has its own slurry make down plant in Ghent. The enormous quantities of kaolin that the company sends by ship, wagon or truck required efficient filtering and dust-free loading. Setting up filter system In the solution to which Van Beek has made an important contribution the powder now arrives via a hopper into an inclined screw. The screw conveyor ensures a continuous flow to a fine-meshed filter developed by Wide Scope. After filtering
20.12.2016  |  8688x  |  Press release  | 
Van Beek dosing screw fills everything perfectly Extra options mean the screw can be used in any situation
Van Beek dosing screw fills everything perfectly
Extra options mean the screw can be used in any situation For filling packagings, bottles, bags or tubs during the process the Van Beek dosing screw has for decades been a favourite option with manufacturers in the chemical and food industry. Based on the experience acquired in hundreds of factories Van Beek has developed a standard model. This model can be used in virtually any situation thanks to the options that can easily be installed. Volumetric or gravimetric dosing For volumetric weighing the number of revolutions determines the dosing. There are different options for determining how many revolutions the screw must make. Van Beek measures how much product comes out of the screw per revolution and then it is clear how many revolutions are needed to achieve the required quantity. We then adjust the screw for this. For products with good running qualities this is often accurate enough, but for example in the case of sticky products such as flour gravimetric weighing is preferable. A weighing belt then measures the
29.09.2016  |  12496x  |  Product description  | 
Bag compactor ideal for cheap and efficient disposal of bags
Bag compactor ideal for cheap and efficient disposal of bags
Production companies often use raw materials in bags in their processes. If a company does not incorporate the handling of the emptied bags into the process, the empty bags threaten the progress, safety and appearance of the plant. Van Beek has designed the bag compactor so that the empty bags can be handled as cheaply, efficiently and in as environmentally friendly a way as possible. The operation of the bag compactor is as effective as it is efficient. The empty bags fall down a short chute onto a short screw in a pipe. The screw pushes the bags through the pipe. The pressure of the screw compresses the bags by about two thirds. An endless bag is clamped round the end of the pipe, into which the screw pushes the finely compressed bags. Safe The endless bag sits in a protective cage. ”This is to prevent people putting their hands in the screw”, explains Roel Kneepkens, sales engineer at Van Beek. Once the bag is full, the operator opens the protective cage.
11.02.2016  |  11999x  |  Product news  | 
Van Beek develops bag compactor Ideal for cheap and efficient disposal of empty bags
Van Beek develops bag compactor
Ideal for cheap and efficient disposal of empty bags Production companies often use raw materials in bags in their processes. If a company does not incorporate the handling of the emptied bags into the process, the empty bags threaten the progress, safety and appearance of the plant. Van Beek has designed the bag compactor so that the empty bags can be handled as cheaply, efficiently and in as environmentally friendly a way as possible. The operation of the bag compactor is as effective as it is efficient. The empty bags fall down a short chute onto a short screw in a pipe. The screw pushes the bags through the pipe. The pressure of the screw compresses the bags by about two thirds. An endless bag is clamped round the end of the pipe, into which the screw pushes the finely compressed bags. Safe The endless bag sits in a protective cage. ”This is to prevent people putting their hands in the screw”, explains Roel Kneepkens, sales engineer at Van Beek. Once the bag is full, the operator opens the protective cage.
20.01.2016  |  12081x  |  Product news  | 
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