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Cleveland Cascades supply shiploading chutes to Nigeria

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Cleveland Cascades has recently dispatched two systems for shiploading in Nigeria. The two identical chutes are the company’s 1300 sized systems and are 18 m in length when extended with retraction down to 6.6 m.

The systems are designed to handle Urea of rates from 600 - 1000 tph.

The 1300 systems are supplied with a pivoting head chute design for use with a luffing boom ship loader. The running faces of the cones in the system are lined with UHMW PE for abrasion resistance.

These systems are also supplied with both a skirt and a trimming spout with a 1.5 m outreach from the chute centre line.

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