Telescopic ship loading chutes are used for dust free loading of powdered and granular bulk solids into dry bulk ships. Free flowing dry bulk solids in powder and granule form are easily transferred from silos, hoppers, containers, screw feeder to dry bulk carrier ships. Built in flexible dust skirt prevents the dust emission outside of the loading region.
Operation of Telescopic Ship Loading Chutes
At the beginning of ship loading, telescopic chute is lowered towards the flatbed of ship and stops at the bottom. Flexible dust skirt located at the bottom side of chute keeps the dust content inside the loading area. During material discharge, chute dust skirt provides a closed containment for dust. Dust collector vacuums any fugitive dust in the region and prevents dust emission to surrounding. Collected dust is then sent back to the product stream continuously and no material is wasted during loading. Built in level sensors monitor the product level below the loading chute dust skirt. When the material level increases, telescopic chute is retracted upwards automatically and it maintains a space to let the material flow rapidly. After ship loading is finished, product discharge valve above the loading chute is closed. System waits for few seconds to complete product flow and to collect remaining dust by dust collector. Telescopic loading chute automatically retracts to the top position afterwards.
– Dust free loading
– Dust free working region, prevention of dust pollution, ensure port and environmental safety.
– Suitable for different bulk solids conveying and storage systems
– Loading is possible from different equipment like silo, hopper, screw feeder, conveyors etc.
– Extensive range of models are available for wide range of needs
– Built in flexible dust skirt to prevent dust emission outside of the loading region.
– No spillage and no product waste
– Food grade telescopic loading chutes are available
– Simple operation
– Easy maintenance
Cement, fly ash, mining minerals, calcium carbonate, pvc, plastic pellets, plastic powders, alumina, bentonite, bauxite, coal, cement clinker, gypsium, kaolin, limestone, marble powder, soda ash, quartz, urea, sodium sulphate, wheat, flour, animal feed, seed, corn, rice, sugar, salt and similar powdered and granular dry bulk solids.