Blending bed stacker reclaimer Cantilever chain reclaimer Circular stacker Linear overpile portal reclaimer Overpile stacker reclaimer Stoker reclaimer Travelling stacker Combined technology ensures efficient overpile material handling Our circular overpile stacker reclaimer COSR offers a very efficient combination of automated storage and reclaiming technologies that work independently of each other in terms of activity and rotation. Blending also occurs during the stacking and reclaiming phases, reducing variability in the pile. The Bruks COSR minimizes the space needed to store large volumes of materials by organizing the process into a semi-circular pile arrangement. Materials are also not damaged by wheeled or tracked vehicles driving over the pile. If capacity, automation and organized pile control are key factors for your operation, our circular overpile stacker reclaimers are an ideal option. We have standard systems that can handle up to around ,m3 eight million cubic feet of live storage and offer market-leading designs for outside or covered applications.
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Our customer-driven solutions can be exactly tailored to meet the needs of stockyards and storage facilities With so much choice, it can be difficult to know how to optimize a solution that perfectly meets your needs. Our experts ensure that the combination of technology that you select works seamlessly together and delivers the highest possible operational efficiency for the lowest possible lifecycle costs.
Stacker reclaimers are a combination of technologies that pile and then retrieve dry bulk materials for onward conveying in a very efficient, controlled way. They also blend material, which is particularly important for organic commodities such as wood chips, bark or sawdust, to reduce fiber losses from microbial action and heat build-up in the pile. Blending is particularly important when sources that feed the pile are different in some way, such as size distribution or moisture content.
Manual pile management keeps these different materials together on the pile so they are reclaimed sequentially. Automated pile stacking and reclaiming produces layers of materials on the pile, then effectively blends them as they are reclaimed.
Spikes of variability are smoothed as the materials are homogenized. Our stacker reclaiming systems can handle a wide range of materials from aggregates, coal and iron ore to grains, sulfur and wood products. Automated stacking and reclaiming delivers the greatest efficiencies, but manual pile stacking management is occasionally used for massive piles of coal at power plants. Bruks Siwertell delivers stacker reclaimers that form linear, semi-circular and fully circular piles in a range of sizes and capacities.
Each machine has an optimized design taking into consideration the material being stored and the density and angle of repose. The geometry of circular stacking means that significant volumes of materials can be stored at a much lower cost than linear systems. However, when mega volumes are needed, the extent and expandability of a linear system cannot be beaten.
Cost benefits ensured The biggest benefit of an automated stacking and reclaiming system is cost saving. Bruks stacker reclaimers are completely automated, requiring no operator or attendant. This is in contrast to using and maintaining expensive operator driven, mobile equipment 24 hours a day.
In addition to continuous fuel consumption, these mobile machines damage wood chips and other sensitive materials as they drive over the pile.
Our stacker reclaimers incur none of these costs and their carbon footprint is a fraction of a manually managed pile.
Combined technology ensures efficient overpile material handling
This invention relates to a stacker-reclaimer method and apparatus for moving stored bulk material. These apparatus have reclaimer conveyors which move out along the top side of the reclaimer boom, articulate around a sprocket or wheel at the distal end of the reclaimer boom, move back toward the machine pushing reclaimed bulk material, e. The previously described conveyor portion of the stacker-reclaimer apparatus exhibits difficulty in maintaining reliable and trouble free alignment of a reclaim conveyor chains between the reclaim boom and incline sections of the conveyor. In cold climates, icy or lumpy aggregated material being moved by the plurality of rakes around the knuckle or pivot point of the reclaimer boom and up the incline jammed or damages the plurality of rakes.
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