KEITH designed the J-MAX slat with versatility in mind. Not only is it an ideal slat profile for unloading abrasive materials like sand, aggregate and glass, it handles agricultural loads like silage, seed and feed.
It’s not uncommon for KEITH’s technical team to run across equipment still operational despite its advanced age or extreme working conditions. This stationary unit has been moving tons of wet biomass for a Belgium company. It had been operating 24 hours a day, 7 days...
Any company that relies on skilled trades should do all they can to support youth training programs. KEITH has been fortunate to participate in several programs, including internships and scholarships, and it has been inspiring to teach and mentor the next generation!
WALKING FLOOR® stationary bins come in all shapes and sizes. This project, made for a customer in Toronto, Ontario, was a bit unusual because it required a crane to hoist onto the flatbed for delivery. Any larger and it would have been disassembled and shipped in...
KEITH is honored to be included in the inaugural “Coolest Thing Made in Oregon” contest. While the WALKING FLOOR® system didn’t receive the top spot, we were listed among 16 of the most innovative products made in the state.
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