During Covid-19, indurad has benefited from its global presence and by having its manufacturing facilities near its primary Germany-based supply chain. Through an extensive partner network close to customers and its own sales and service centres — in Chile, Brazil, Canada, US, South Africa and Australia — indurad was able to provide solutions to customers and service them almost without interruption.
Furthermore, during this time, the company invested in focused development to mature its product portfolio. New radar sensors were developed, adding significant value by enabling user configuration and 3D views of material in the user interface which runs on a web browser via an HTML5 page hosted locally on indurad’s processing unit. Two examples of this are the belt volume scanner (iBelt) and the silo material scanner (iSilo3D) which can now be commissioned by integrators or even customers. This significantly reduces the cost to customers as installation, travelling and commissioning times are reduced…
A stockpile model from iStockpile 4D showing colours for different material grades stored in the stockpile.
iSilo3D in use at a 85,000t alumina powder silo showing full topology caused by the various feed points.
indurad at bauma, München, 24. – 30. Oct. 2022
Learn how indurad ’s Radar sensors build a “smart home” for mining and bulk material handling, by optimizing process steps from crusher to ship loader and by connecting the machines with each other.
at the joint stand of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia: Hall C2, Stand 225/12