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BMG has extended its range of Eaton hydraulic components to now include Eaton’s advanced conveyor solutions, designed for safe and efficient electrical power management.

“Under the terms of the new distribution agreement, which was signed in Johannesburg recently BMG will now distribute Eaton’s complete conveyor protection and safety solutions across subSaharan Africa,” says Gavin Pelser, managing director, BMG, part of Invicta Holdings Limited.

“The addition of Eaton’s electrical power management solutions - which include conveyor safety switches and accessories -completes conveyor systems supplied by BMG and enhances the company’s comprehensive range of engineering solutions."

“This also fits with BMG’s ‘Bolt-On’ strategy to offer customers the full basket of products and solutions, in line with our commitment of adding value and being part of every process.”

Through this partnership, the market has greater accessibility to Eaton’s Winner brand of hose and hose fittings and complete conveyor solutions, which are available from BMG’s distribution network of over 130 branches.

Eaton’s range of conveyor solutions encompasses safety switches which include double and single ended conveyor trip switches, conveyor rip/torn switches and double end slack rope switches, as well as belt alignment and belt trip switches.

These components are used extensively in the mining industry, as well as other sectors, including aggregates, sugar and pulp and paper.

BMG provides a 24 hour customer process support service for production efficiency and reliability centered maintenance.

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