Cleveland Cascades to supply shiploading chute to US
Published by Lydia Woellwarth,
Cleveland Cascades is to supply its CC959 system to the US for loading wood pellets. The system will be supplied with a pivoting head chute de-signed for use with a mobile shiploader with a luffing boom.
This is one of the company’s 350 sized systems and will be capable of loading up to 1450 m3/h. The chute will be 22.0 m long from the interface flange to the base of the skirt outlet, with a retracted height of 5.8 m.
This system will be fitted with stainless steel lining in the head chute and UHMW PE lining in the GRP cones for abrasion resistance.
A full suite of electrical components will be supplied with the completed chute assembly for automated response to material detection and travel.
The system is supplied with a skirted outlet at the base of the chute for dust control.
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/material-handling/17122020/cleveland-cascades-to-supply-shiploading-chute-to-us/
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