Nk Engineers manufacturers of crushers & Screens has introduced innovative wireless solutions including crushing automation solutions from Maestro of Italy - the 'Q' production along with the AFC (Automatic Feeder Control) function solution, delivers information on machine efficiency parameters.

Gujarat based crushing and screening equipment manufacturer, NK Engineers which manufactures its crushing solutions under Kaizer brand, showed its innovative products including crushing automation solutions from Maestro of Italy. NK Engineers is selling the Maestro products as resellers.

Mr. Nehal Gajjar, Director, NK Engineers says, "The wireless solutions involving various modules which can be integrated to any brand and configuration of fixed and skid mounted plants are essentially aimed towards optimization of the crushing plants. The 'Q' production along with the AFC (Automatic Feeder Control) function solution, delivers information on machine efficiency parameters. This includes information on feed hoppers effective operating time, energy consumption, crushers efficiency, screens efficiency, hydro cyclones efficiency, and conveyor belts efficiency. The Q production also generates information on functioning of the mobile equipment associated with the plants, by providing data on factors like fuel consumption, transport time registration, maintenance management. All the data generated, will enable the operator to minimize cost per ton of the finished product and overall cost savings and to improve production process."

Explaining the functionality of the solution Mr. Gajjar says, "By combining the Q-Production systems with our AFC function the plant owner or operator can equip the plant with a module to automatically control one or more material feeders in function of the other machines or the entire production process." The Maestro solutions will be serviced and supported by NK Engineers.

NK Engineers manufactures stationery crushing and screening plants of 50–500 tph and mobile crushing and screening plants upto 300 tph.

NBM&CW January 2017