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Latest update: 09.05.2023
TBK Group BV
TEL: 31(0)318 745 740
Groot Overeem 7
NL-3927 GH   Renswoude
Netherlands
Contact
0031653220001
Mr. Micha Bermentloo
Exportmanager
0031641077300
Mr. Alex Budding
Accountmanager NL
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CenTrax is a brand of TBK spillage control BV. CenTrax conveyor belt trackers correctss the misalignment of your conveyor belt.

CenTrax has excellent tracking features, is easy to install and requires minimum maintenance.

CenTrax is suitable for reversible conveyor belts and available in an ATEX-quality.

CenTrax is available for the load carrying strand and the return strand. Next to the standard versions, are tailor made solutions always possible.
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Brands
 Centrax - Belt tracking, belt trackers. CenTrax corrects conveyor mistracking
 DusTek - The DusTek dust control programme focuses on reducing and controlling the air velocity within the transfer point of belt conveyors.
 ImpTek - ImpTek impact bars and impact beds are installed under the impact zone of belt conveyors
 ProTek - ProTek skirt liners protect the side walls of a transfer point against wear of belt conveyors.
 SealTek - SealTek is the perfect way to seal conveyor belt transfer points, to avoid spillage and airborne dust
 SpillEx - Spill-Ex belt sealing system has various versions of installation dimensions and rubber compositions
 StarClean - Starclean belt scrapers deal with carry back of belt conveyors, increasing the uptime of your installation
 Shock-Blower - Shock-blower air blast devices deal with caking, bridging, ratholing, and promote flow
Categories
Conveyors - Belt conveyors - Components - Belt misalignment switches
Conveyors - Belt conveyors - Components - Idlers for belt conveyors
Conveyors - Belt conveyors - Components - Tracking systems for belt conveyors

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TBK spillage control develops DusTek Spot Filter Specifically designed for a conveyor transfer point, linking standardized extractor units, for maximum flexibility of filtration surface and exhaust flow
TBK spillage control develops DusTek Spot Filter
Specifically designed for a conveyor transfer point, linking standardized extractor units, for maximum flexibility of filtration surface and exhaust flow The DusTek Spot Filter is specifically designed to be installed at a conveyor transfer point, with the option to link standardized extractor units together for maximum flexibility of both filtration surface and exhaust flow. If required, the extractor units can be supplied with or without a filter housing that is accessible for maintenance from the side of the transfer box. Extractor units which conform to ATEX 114 (Directive 2014/34EU) for use in zone 22 are also available. Avoidance of dust Transfer points in conveyor belt systems are often characterized by the formation of enormous dust clouds, exacerbated by the dust created in the transfer box. This happens because the bulk goods that flow through the transfer box push along the air in the transfer point, while the descending bulk goods simultaneously suck in more air through the available openings: these are significant cubic metres of air, which most transfer points are not designed to deal with. Result?
11.10.2023  |  900x  |  Product news  | 
 Innovative compost post-processing solution IFE Benelux, Hoving Holland and Indaver develop an innovative compost post-processing solution
Innovative compost post-processing solution
IFE Benelux, Hoving Holland and Indaver develop an innovative compost post-processing solution A new and innovative method for post-processing decomposed fruit, vegetable and garden (gft) waste into high-quality end products which has minimal impact on nature and the environment. At a time when the agricultural sector is under severe pressure, this sounds almost too good to be true. Yet IFE Benelux, Hoving Holland and the industrial waste processor and compost producer Indaver Nederland, jointly succeeded in developing a sustainable, circular and future-proof solution that offers new opportunities for farmers. “We want to process a circular fruit, vegetable and garden (gft) waste stream, so that the compost produced is returned into the food chain as fertilizer”, says Robert de Letter, assets and projects manager at Indaver Nederland. “After the composting process, a mixture of composted and non-composted material remains. Previously, the non-composted residual fraction generally went back into the process, mixed with fresh fruit, vegetable and garden
25.07.2023  |  1124x  |  Product news  | 
Contamination and downtime conveyor belts minimised at AEB Amsterdam StarClean belt scrapers work very accurately and are less prone to wear, says François van den Hoek, installation manager of separation plant at AEB Amsterdam.
Contamination and downtime conveyor belts minimised at AEB Amsterdam
StarClean belt scrapers work very accurately and are less prone to wear, says François van den Hoek, installation manager of separation plant at AEB Amsterdam. The Amsterdam waste processing company AEB processes 1.4 million tonnes of waste annually, recycles residual materials and converts heat released from incinerated residual waste into heat and electricity for households and businesses. A sustainable and clean way of producing energy, which requires a streamlined production process without pollution and conveyor belt downtime. ”Dry material is not a problem, but organic wet fraction (ONF) will stick to a belt. TBK Spillage Control has solved this problem by attaching belt scrapers with counter-pressure rollers against the conveyor belt, keeping the conveyor belt clean,” says François van den Hoek, installation manager of the separation plant at AEB Amsterdam. Every day, an average of 150 trucks unload household waste at the waste processor’s separation plant. At the separation plant, various materials are sorted by machine. These include hard plastics, foils, paper, cardboard, beverage cartons, metals and non-ferrous
20.04.2023  |  1527x  |  Product news  | 
New director TBK Group Stan Egging: ’an inspired professional idiot’ Steady growth, further professionalisation and international expansion. With Stan Egging (45), TBK Group aims to develop into a total solution provider in the field of innovative solutions for conveyor belt components and bulk material handling.
New director TBK Group Stan Egging: ’an inspired professional idiot’
Steady growth, further professionalisation and international expansion. With Stan Egging (45), TBK Group aims to develop into a total solution provider in the field of innovative solutions for conveyor belt components and bulk material handling. Long-term vision It is perhaps his Calvinistic background that made Egging feel at home with the Renswoude-based TBK Group from the very first moment. Bart Kelderman and Wijnand van de Vendel (shareholders of TBK Group, ed.) are very nice people and give me energy. He sees parallels between the corporate culture and the down-to-earth ”just do as you’re told” and ”a deal is a deal”, a tradition the director was brought up on. He is also averse to superficial interpretations and quick fixes. He prefers to focus on a long-term vision of sustainability. ”I am a real go-getter, don’t like stagnation, but progress. So my motto is: ’People who move keep moving, literally and figuratively.’” Exclusivity As to what appeals so much to Egging in his new position as managing director at TBK Group, he does not have to think for long: ”Here lies a request for help, where I can use all my expertise to take the company further into the future.” The scion
08.10.2022  |  2012x  |  Press release  | 
Spill and dust control at glass factory Vidrala Santos Barosa To avoid wasting raw materials in glass production, TBK Group carried out a technical inventory and steps were taken to avoid spillage and dust at the conveyor belts.
Spill and dust control at glass factory Vidrala Santos Barosa
To avoid wasting raw materials in glass production, TBK Group carried out a technical inventory and steps were taken to avoid spillage and dust at the conveyor belts. The Portuguese glass factory Vidrala Santos Barosa enlisted the help of TBK Group to avoid wasting raw materials in glass production. During a visit to the factory last April, a technical inventory was carried out and the first steps were taken to avoid spillage and dust at the conveyor belts. The over 130 year old glass factory was taken over in 2017 by the Spanish concern Vidrala. This group owns several glass factories in Spain, Portugal and Italy, among other countries. In the factory, where tradition and modernisation merge, around 425 million glass bottles for beer and wine are produced each year. Prevention of waste Glass is a product that consists of various, precisely combined raw materials, which are processed at very high temperatures. ”The conveyor belts are the heart of the raw material supply for glass production in the factory,” explains Micha Bermentloo, export manager at TBK Group. After the raw materials are deposited on the conveyors,
08.08.2022  |  1817x  |  Product news  | 
No more wear and tear at coal and iron ore conveyor belts Spillage of conveyor belts caused wear and tear, contamination, extra maintenance and extra time. TBK Spillage Control solves this by installing an impact bed and bars, sealing blocks and skirt liners.
No more wear and tear at coal and iron ore conveyor belts
Spillage of conveyor belts caused wear and tear, contamination, extra maintenance and extra time. TBK Spillage Control solves this by installing an impact bed and bars, sealing blocks and skirt liners. Material spillage has long been a thorn in the side of a large company processing coal and iron ore. It caused wear and tear, pollution and a maintenance-intensive way of working at the dumping point. TBK Spillage Control brought the matter back into line by implementing an ImpTek impact bed, impact bars, Spill-Ex sealing blocks and ProTek ceramic skirt liners. Efficiency and optimisation The more than 30-metre-long conveyor is located under dumping points of three other conveyor belts. Because the bulk material has to make a right-angled turn at this point, dropping several metres, this point is subject to extra stress. The result? Belt wear, spillage and dust contamination. TBK Spillage Control was able to eliminate the contamination by installing a custom-made dumping point in combination with an ImpTek impact bed and corresponding impact bars. In addition, TBK implemented sustainable Spill-Ex sealing blocks provide a more efficient, less labour-intensive and
05.07.2022  |  1953x  |  Press release  | 
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