Continuous ship unloaders
One NIV 400 Type unloader on rails with electrical engine and cable reeling drums, 28-meter rotating boom with telescopic pipes, 5-ton lifting winch, video camera. Self-supporting feeding chute between unloader's ...
2 mechanical unloaders SIMPORTER 650 TPH installed in 1991. One NIV 400 Type unloader on rails with electrical engine and cable reeling drum, 28-meter rotative boom with telescopic pipes. Capacity ...
Two NIV 600 Type ship unloader on rails with electrical engine and cable reeling drums, 28,5-meter rotating boom with telescopic pipes, winch for a 10-ton bulldozer, control cabin with camera and telephone, ...
The GBU series continuous ship unloader is a kind of continuous ship unloader which can discharge coal, mineral, grain and the other ...
The GSU series scraper ship unloader is a kind of large size continuous ship unloader which is mainly used in grain terminal. The scraper ship ...
... cleanup needed by dozers. Our continuous ship unloaders feature a cantilevered, but guided chain-and-bucket suspension that protects the bottom of a ship's hold. The ...
The Portanova is a pneumatic ship unloader designed for efficient unloading of grain and oilseeds. The unloading throughputs vary from 250 to 345 t/h, depending on the specific ship size. ...
... capacity: up to 800 t / h based on wheat with 0.75 t / m³ Power source via external power supply or diesel generators Unloading of ship sizes from Europe II to Post-Panamax or Capsize Pneumatic conveying and loading onto ...
Hyundai supplies a whole range of bulk handling system from conceptual design to start-up and commissioning, including detail design, procurement, fabrication, thus allowing us to optimize total system design. - Loading and Unloading ...
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How to choose this product
A continuous ship unloader is port equipment used to unload grain, cereal, chips or other bulk cargo from a ship's hold in an uninterrupted flow from the vessel to trucks, barges, canal boats or another destination.
Such unloaders are used by grain and ore ports, by agribusinesses and by biomass power plants, among others.
An arm equipped with a rotary conveyor, buckets or suction device removes the cargo from the hold. A stationary unloader can be used when the barge or ship can be moored directly beneath it. Mobile models ride on wheels or rails. Capacity is measured in tons per hour.
How to choose
Choice will depend on type of vessel and cargo to be handled, as well as whether the unloader will be stationary or mobile. Average throughput in tons per hour will indicate cost effectiveness.
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