Vigan mobile machines Type 100, 120 and 200 have different conveying capacities depending on working conditions: please contact VIGAN for more explanations, illustrations and a full technical description of each machine model. Bulk handling ...
Two Mobile Type 200 with Caterpillar Diesel engine, 9-meter front boom and transfer conveyor. Capacity up to 270 metric tons/hour (cereals).
One Mobile Type 120 with Volvo Diesel engine, mounted on existing hopper, and with 6-meter front boom. Discharge of barges. Capacity up to 170 metric tons/hour (cereals).
... equipments are usuaffy customized and adapt to the cfient's environment, which can unload ail types of iniand or oceangoing vessels and discharge directty onto conveyors trucks or wagons The Systems almost dust-free ...
The GGU series grab ship unloader is often applied in bulk material discharging, which using the steel wire rope to control the grab to capture material and unload to the conveyor or trucks. With the ...
The GBU series continuous ship unloader is a kind of continuous ship unloader which can discharge coal, mineral, grain and the other bulk materials. The high efficient ...
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. ...
The grab-type ship unloader is the traditional method to unload bulk cargo. A clamshell bucket is cycled in and out of the ship's hold, unloading with each scoop 15 - 20 cubic yards, ...
TTS Cargo Cranes are designed to handle a wide variety of lifting applications. For the handling of bulk materials, TTS cranes are available as a standard crane equipped with motor grab or as 4-rope grab crane for heavy duty operation. ...
... 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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A ship unloader often takes the form of a crane. As its name indicates, it is used to offload cargo. Each model is designed to handle a particular type of cargo, including containers, grain, liquids or bundles.
Unloaders are used in commercial ports, the model chosen as a function of commonly-handled cargo. There are versions suitable for practically every type of merchandise.
Most unloaders are articulated cranes, either stationary or riding on tires, rails or caterpillar tracks. Each is designed for a maximum ship size, such as Panamax. Offloading capacity is measured in tons per hour. Some are equipped with vacuum or other tank-cleaning systems used at the end of the unloading process. Continuous operation versions unload suitable merchandise (e.g., cereals) in an uninterrupted flow via augur, bucket elevator or wheel.
How to choose
Determine detailed specifications, including the type of cargo to be handled and ship size and type. Cargo disposition after unloading also must be taken into account, whether it will be directed to trucks, silos, bins or another destination. Other factors include required unloading speed in tons per hour and whether operation will be continuous or discontinuous.
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