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Bucketwheel stacker Cell-less or cell-type bucket wheel construction is available depen- Metso stacker reclaimer control systems are designed with the. The trencher design basically differs from approximately one bucket depth. The other bucket wheel reclaimers, because boom can be short because of the operates with boom positioned at right be supplied as dual-purpose (stacker-. the design and application of these machines are also considered in response to the changing mining Bucket wheel reclaimers and stackers have proved.

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Mulani acceded to discussionsPublications 3 Ishwar G. It having ‘c’ frame structure design having two hinge point one for boom and another one for counterweight boom, The luffing motion through hydraulic cylinders attached at counter weight boom side.

We once again check all stability and balancing calculations which also found satisfactory. Mulani has 49 Years and 11 Month professional experience.

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For large conveyance applications, we prefer a pantograph construction for our machines which increases machine stability. We all ready checked all the dead weight of boom, boom equipment’s, counter weight and other ancillary item, that is confirming to design weight. Now what should i do??


Reclaiemr my problem is after erecting the Deadweights ballast counter weight as per design calculations my hydraulic cylinder showing all most double pressure then calculations. Rushabh Shah Founder Rushabh consultant. Discussions Ishwar G. They can stock material in stockpiles and reclaim them with a bucket-wheel at the boom tip. Our machines are all specifically designed to our client’s requirements and incorporate various solutions according to their specific application. A drawback with this design however is the increased number of articulation points.

All mechanical and electrical equipment was updated for the new machine. The tripper car and conveying system is often equipped with a “bypass function” that enables material to bypass the boom and continue along the conveyor system.

Bucket Wheel Stacker/Reclaimer Balancing

The pressure in the piston cylinder will be corresponding to the force value therein as a member. Technical Advisor Consultant Ishwar Mulani. Your structural designer can find out the presence of occurring force in ‘piston cylinder member’, due to various forces acting on the whole frame.

Hello, Conceptually, the machine upper portion is a structural construction arrangement, wherein piston cylinder is also a member of the whole arrangement. This arrangement results in a reduced number of articulation points. Our typical machines cover the following flow rates and sizes: Mulani used this tag reclaimedSystem engineering, Basic Design.

Bucket-wheel Stackers/Reclaimers

By hydecxm in forum General Aspects. Can i take this pressure reading as inerrant feature or should i have to increase the deadweight ballast? Optical Separation Optical Separators Focus: An integral part of the machine is the tripper car and integrated conveying system which transports material to the bucket-wheel boom and then to the stockpile.


I think this information may help your mechanical and structural engineer to solve the issue that is, whether the expected pressure is incorrect or some other reason. Mulani Author of Book: Stacking and reclaiming capacity: The majority of our combined bucket-wheel boom machines are semi-automated; however, there is a growing trend towards full automation and we are able to supply fully automated machines too. The pantograph arrangement ensures that with large boom loads, small changes in the point of balance are stabilized, which has a significantly positive impact on machine steadiness.

Our machines can be specified as fully automated and thus work in the absence of an operator through a variety of sensors and are controlled from a central control point.

These machines incorporate further control systems and sensor logic and are controlled and monitored from a central control station. Our typical machines cover the following flow rates and sizes:.