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Massive Chain and Bucket Elevator project completed by Schenck Process and Redler

chain_bucketOne of the largest Chain and Bucket Elevator projects ever undertaken by Schenck Process and Redler has been recently completed and despatched ready for export and installation overseas. The multiple quantities of huge elevators are for the use in the transportation of fertiliser at high capacity rates within the port and required the manufacture of bulk materials handling equipment that was significantly outside the normal operating design parameters.

The specialised design of engineering solution utilised the extensive knowledge and expertise that the Company has developed in the handling of bulk materials within the grain & heavy process industries around the world.

The project has been co-ordinated from the Company’s Stroud based mechanical conveying office and production facility which includes the detailed engineering design, manufacture and assembly of the terminals and components to a very exacting customer specification.

The project illustrates the flexibility and capabilities of Schenck Process to provide tailor made chain and bucket elevator or belt and bucket elevator solutions for a wide number of industry applications that complement the Redler branded mechanical conveying and elevating product range that has been provided by the company for over 90 years.

 

 

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