One rail-mounted Loader of 1000 tons/hour, receiving grain from a quay conveyor via a bucket elevator.
1 rail-mounted shiploader on 4 bogies, equiped with a bucket elevator receiving grain from the quay belt conveyor, a transfer chain conveyor, a rotating thrower and air-conditioned operator's control cabin. Capacity: ...
One Loader on rails with cable reeling drums, 26-meter rotative boom with conveyor and telescopic pipes, 3 dedusting automatic filters, control cabin. Capacity up to 600 tons/hour (cereals).
The GML series ship loader is mainly used for continuous loading operation of bulk cargo, which is mobile ship loader with 3 types of installation methods can be chose. •Flexibility: ...
Traveling shiploaders are mounted on rails that are parallel to the ship and are fed by a conveyor belt incorporating a tripper that travels with the shiploader. A belt conveyor is utilized ...
Ship loader RSLA Bühler has accumulated vast experience in the field of ship loading systems. The selection of a mobile or stationary loading system will depend on the terrain, the ...
Stationary loading capacity up to 3.000 t / h loading of ship sizes from Europe II to Post-Panamax or Capsize Simple operation in automatic mode Low dust and noise emissions Easy access and maintenance friendly design NEUERO ...
Coal Shiploader SLL2000 with a tripper car travelling on rails is a loader developed for uninterrupted flow of coal, tailored according to the customer's preferences. TYPE OF TRANSPORTED CARGO: Coal Density ...
How to choose this product
A ship loader is especially designed and constructed for the loading and unloading of bulk carriers. NauticExpo offers a great variety of ship loaders including radial, rail-mounted and wheeled.
These devices handle only solid bulk cargoes at specialized terminals.
Loaders differ in design. However, the great majority consist of a tower that pivots on its base and is equipped with a telescopic boom . A conveyor and a telescopic chute with a deflector at the end of the boom allows cargo to be loaded into a ship's holds.
How to choose
Choice will depend on the machine's loading/unloading rate, its range of motion and the possibility of rail mounting.