Martin Engineering is a world leader in helping industries handle bulk materials.
With a global presence and over 75 years’ experience, we focus on innovation, safety, sustainability, and performance, and our products and solutions guarantee the availability and reliability of conveyor systems.
We offer technologies that boost flow, reduce dust and spillage, extend component life, and reduce downtime, resulting in improved operating environments and increased profitability. We ensure the useful life of conveyor components and other conveyor components, valuing the health and safety of our employees. We are more than just a manufacturer of quality products; we are a provider of expertise.
Keeping belts clean is more than just a matter of cleanliness
High-performing belt cleaners keep belts clean, eliminating carryback and making conveyor systems safer and more productive. At Martin Engineering, we offer belt cleaners that work with all belt sizes and speeds, regardless of industry or type of material. We also offer belt cleaners that work in the most challenging and unique environments, such as on conveyor systems where there’s minimal space around the head pulley.
Our specialty belt cleaners include conveyor belt washing systems, belt brush cleaners, food-grade belt scrapers, water cleaners and high-temperature cleaners, all engineered for challenging conditions and unusual materials.
Efficient Transfer Point Solutions
Transfer points are critically important to the efficiency and productivity of any conveyor system, but they are also highly complex from an engineering perspective. At Martin, our transfer point products are designed to be effective over a long work life, even under the most demanding conditions.
With an unwavering commitment to optimizing conveyor systems, Martin®’s innovative solutions revolutionize the efficiency and safety of material transfer processes. These solutions are meticulously engineered to mitigate challenges such as spillage, dust emissions, and excessive wear at transfer points.
Eliminate the fugitive material and experience better results
The success of a belt conveyor operation depends on the system’s ability to handle bulk material without any waste or damage to the equipment. Therefore, in addition to efficiently removing the product adhering to the belt, it is essential to reduce the amount of fugitive material, preventing dust and fine particles from escaping.
Thinking about how to overcome this challenge has led Martin Engineering to develop a range of sealing and skirting products that are installed along the entire conveyor. With this technology, your operation will experience more safety, higher throughput, better efficiency and consequently more revenue.
Keep material flowing efficiently from start to finish
Designed to tackle the challenges of material flow in diverse industries, Martin® ‘s flow aid solutions are engineered to prevent blockages, enhance material movement, and increase overall operational efficiency.
A range of cutting-edge products such as Air Cannons and Industrial Vibrators, these offerings effectively dislodge and facilitate the flow of stubborn materials, reducing downtime, preventing equipment damage, and ensuring continuous production.
In addition to the high-quality flow-aid products available, Martin Engineering manufactures a selection of accessories that make those products more efficient and more effective, including retrofit valves that make air cannons from any manufacturer perform better. Martin also provides electronic control equipment for its flow-aid products, as well as accessories designed to improve worker safety.
Our expertise summarized in a book
For over 30 years, Martin Engineering’s Foundations™ books have taught industry personnel to operate and maintain clean, safe, and productive belt conveyors; from head to tail and everything in between.
The books are the authoritative resource for efficient bulk materials handling covering conveyors with a comprehensive, real-world approach. It provides valuable information to all industries and personnel at all levels.
It takes readers from the basics of how and why conveyors run as they do (and where problems come from) to how to prevent spillage, dust, and carryback as well as how to correct tracking and engineer a conveyor belt washing system.