Unloading and storage of fertiliser
- Client : SCAM
- Unloading of ships with a capacity of 1,000 to 1,500 tonnes
- Unloading by grapple crane feeding a hopper on load cells, made of stainless steel due to the characteristics of the fertilizers
- Continuous handling circuit by belt conveyors with a capacity of 150 tonnes per hour
- Storage in the existing halls or the new storage hall via switches
- Automatic storage in the various stalls with continuous measurement of the storage heights at the fall of the final conveyors
- Integration of mobile cranes, reversible shuttles and pouring trolleys in order to fill the storage bays as full as possible, minimise dead zones and reduce the size of the building
- Storage in a 54 x 100m hall, incorporating 6m and 8m wide stalls
- Hall with metal structure of lattice girders covered with a specific paint, and wooden purlins of the glued laminated type
- Regulatory smoke extraction systems with air inlet grilles
- Recovery by bull and feeding of a dosing and mixing unit
- Transfer of the final products, at a rate of 100 tonnes per hour, to a truck loading line via conveyor belts and to a big-bagging unit.
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