Circular homogenizing bridge scraper stacker/reclaimer is a kind of pre-blending equipment, which is widely used in stacking and reclaiming bulk materials like limestone or coal. It is mainly used in building material industry, coal industry, metallurgy industry, power plants, port terminals and other industries for homogenization, storage and transfer of bulk materials, which usually operates in indoor or outdoor stockyards. The blending stacking and blending reclaiming can be done alternately or simultaneously. It is the best known for the perfect blending effect, with the amount of layers reaching 400 or more and high blending ratio up to 10:1.
Product Specification and Advantage
Depending on the application environment, this machine can be divided into two main types including horizontal type used indoors and inclined type used outdoors.
Depending on the diameters of the stockyards, there are specifications of φ60m, φ80m,φ90m, φ95m, φ100m, and φ110m.
It has many advantages such as rational construction, reliable performance, simple operation, convenient maintenance, and using safe, which has earned good reputation from users home and abroad.
Product Technology Advantage and Product Achievement
After several generations since 1980s, its overall technology has reached international advanced level. The machine has realized unmanned operation and the integration of mechanical, electrical and hydraulic subsystems. It has features of outstanding homogenizing effect, large storage capacity, small occupied land, high automation and good environmentally-friendly performance. The technology of products has entered into the leading position of the world.
So far, this product has been honored with Science Progress Prize and Revitalization Prize in mechanical industry and building material industry in Shenyang, Liaoning Province, China, and has obtained tens of invention patents. Our main customers for this product include Hailuo Group, Jidong Group, China Resources Group, Holcim Group and Dujiangyan Lafarge Cements Limited.