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October 22, 2020
Ocean Kinetics has designed, manufactured, and installed a 10-metre-long inclined heavy-duty conveyor for moving scallop shells for QA Fish Limited in Scalloway, Shetland.

Robert Williamson, Director of QA Fish, requested a conveyor to be designed and built to move cleaned scallop shells from storage bins outside into a newly built extension, where the shells will be fed into a newly installed crusher plant. All parts of the conveyor were manufactured in corrosive resistant stainless steel or plastic to minimise maintenance and ensure a long life in the harsh environment at the factory.

The new conveyor has proven to be more than sufficient to feed the new crusher and will minimise manual handling and ensure the shells are moved efficiently.

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