Mechanism designed to transport bulk materials like: woodchips, granules, agricultural materials, etc. Scraper transporter is fed with fuel by a hydraulic walking floor and transports the fuel to the combustion chamber.
*Depends on transporter configuration (length, rising part length, angle)
Push floor is designed to ensure fuel flow from warehouse to transportation equipment. Fuel type (or bulk materials) can be wood chips, peat, etc. The equipment typically is applied for automated fuel supply storage in combination with scrapper conveyor. The equipment can be adapted in the fuel (bulk materials) storage of boiler plants or other industry plants (wood, agriculture, and similar).
Push floor comes with one or two hydraulic cylinders (it depends on specific requirements). Cylinders create linear movement for scraper block (fig. below). Scraper block grabs fuel and push it to cylinders side. After it change direction, stationary scrapers helps fuel to stay in same position. It makes push floor to grab fuel from warehouse and transport it to one direction only.
The installation is designed to prevent foreign objects (large pieces of wood, long bark, poles, etc.) in the fuel from entering the conveyor. The device is intended for use in biofuel boilers, agriculture, wood industry or similar areas.
Roller is designed to ensure even fuel distribution to the conveyor equipment and prevent its overloading (clogging). Fuel type (or bulk materials handled) can be wood chips, peat, etc., further will be called fuel. The equipment typically is applied for automated fuel supply storage in combination with scrapper conveyor. The equipment can be adapted in the fuel (or handled bulk materials) storage of boiler plant or other industry plant (wood, agriculture, and similar areas).
Fuel distributor is a device used to direct the vertical (gravity) flow of bulk materials in one of two possible directions. Suitable materials include: wood chips, sawdust, pellets and similar particles. Such materials are also called fuels.
The device is controlled by a gear or a cylinder. The fuel enters through the upper part of the housing and, depending on the position of the valve, exits through one of the two outlets at the bottom.
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