Storage & Conveying
Reject Storage SystemsThe design of reject storage systems largely depends on the required storage capacity.Containers are particularly suitable for smaller reject quantities. Automatic container filling stations are available for these systems. Bunkers are usually used for storing large reject quantities for which special feeding systems are available. Wheel-type loaders, which load trucks directly, can usually be used to empty bunker systems economically. For temporary storage of larger reject volumes because of logistical reasons, crane systems with claw buckets in combination with moving floors are used in most cases. The reject can then be bagged in a controlled way. However, the reject particle size has to be reduced accordingly.
Long distance conveying crossing a truck road, to allow free passage underneath
Short distance conveying within a building to collect, mix and feed various materials to an incineration plant