video corpo

Mobile ship loader Portaload.

mobile ship loader
mobile ship loader
Add to favorites
Compare this product




Mobile loaders are high value loading installations thanks to their wide range of application, their high capacity, and their suitability for multi-use berths. Mobile loaders are installed on rails ensuring stability during operation and when parked. Parallel movements alongside the ship is guaranteed, making operation easy for the operator. With the development of the Mobile Portaload, an interdisciplinary team took up the challenge to create the best loading concept, based on the latest technology available. The new Mobile Portaload is the most innovative loader on the market and sets a new industry standard. For example, the curving vertical pylon combined with the cable suspension is the best design to balance pier loads, reducing the requirements on the quay installation and ensuring the optimal distribution of forces, weight and stability in all positions. With throughputs ranging from 2,000 t/h up to 2,800 t/h, the mobile loader is designed to load ships as quickly and efficiently and with as high a capacity as possible, from the start of operation through to trimming. The fixed product inlet and outlet point on the boom ensures that wear is reduced and that the creation of dust is limited and can be kept to a minimum through effective aspiration. The gentle movements of the individual components reduce stress on the whole loader, increasing availability and lifespan. The Mobile Portaload has a wide range of movements focused on maximizing loading efficiency and minimizing operating interference. Installed on rails, the loader can lift, lower and swivel the horizontal loading boom, as well as lower and raise the vertical spout as required by the operator.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.