Diacon Australia

Diacon Australia

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Diacon Australia has succeeded in producing an innovative range of products that reduce conveyor belt spillage, improve belt capacity and greatly enhance conveyor belt safety standards. The Diacon conveyor system has been designed and manufactured specifically to overcome the injury potential as well as to deliver a number of operational and productivity benefits that have proven very popular with operators. The system consists of three main components; Diacon Hungry Board, Diacon Conveyor Guard and Diacon Safety Panel. The Hungry Board is a lightweight, aluminium-reinforced, wear resistant and anti-static plastic panel which mounts onto conveyors with a dual wedge system. The Hungry Boards contain product within the conveyor, reducing product spillage and can potentially increase conveyor capacity by up to 30%. They have been found particularly beneficial when used on belts where load fluctuations occur. Being made predominantly of plastic, the Conveyor Guards and Safety Panels are lightweight, corrosion-free and require no painting. The High-Density Polyethylene material is both colour fast and UV stable. They mount onto conveyors using a “hook and hang” design and lock into place according to the requirements of each worksite. The Hungry Board and Guard are attached to the conveyor belts using a purpose-built mounting bracket that is bolted to the conveyor’s existing troughing frames. The guards are engineered for safety, are lightweight and purpose-built to fit on adjacent handrails, which allows for their safe storage when removed for maintenance. All parts are engineered, manufactured and tested to comply with associated Australian Standards AS/NZ4024.3610:2015.

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  1. Brand 1 Diacon Australia


  1. Representative 1 Brett Refalo
  2. Representative 2 Reece Johnson

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    Diacon Australia

    5 O'loughlin Street North Mackay QLD 4740 Australia
    Tel:  61749572472
Dates & Times
Tuesday 27 Aug 2019 10am - 5pm
Wednesday 28 Aug 2019 10am - 5pm
Thursday 29 Aug 2019 10am - 4pm
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