Bulk Material Handling Equipment's 

Manufactures bulk material handling equipments as per DIN  & CEMA standards or any custom sizes & type as per customer requirements.

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Screw Conveyors

Shaft-less Screw Conveyors

Drag Chain Conveyors

Bucket Elevator

Apron feeder

Screw Feeder

Screw Conveyors

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A screw conveyor or auger conveyor is a mechanism that uses a rotating helical screw, called "flighting", that is installed within a tube or trough, to move liquid or granular materials. When space allows, utilizing an inclined screw conveyor is a very economical method of elevating and conveying materials.

Shaft-less Screw Conveyors

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Shaftless Screw Conveyors are highly efficient at metering and conveying a variety of bulk materials. Better performance is achieved through zero-clearance between the trough and spiral, improving conveying efficiency and eliminating many of the flow-impeding issues common with shafted screw conveyors.

Drag Chain Conveyors

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Drag chain conveyors use nearly 50% of the available space inside the conveyor housing for material movement, while en-masse drag chain conveyors use up to 90%.  Drag chain conveyors not only afford the most efficient utilization of space, but they also can move material in a variety of inclines.

Bucket Elevator

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A Bucket Elevator consists of a series of buckets attached to a belt or chain with pulleys or sprockets located at the top and bottom of the unit. The buckets are located in a casing or housing to contain the material. Bulk materials are loaded into each bucket as the bucket moves past an inlet point.

Apron Feeder

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In simple terms, an apron feeder (also known as a pan feeder) is a mechanical type of feeder used in material handing operations to transfer (feed) material to other equipment or extract material (ore/rock) from storage stockpiles, bins or hoppers at a controlled rate of speed.

Screw Feeder

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Screw feeders are designed to meter bulk materials and are typically located at the beginning of a process. Capacity or feed rate can be accurately controlled with screw feeders. Variable speed drives improve metering accuracy and can provide a wide range of feed rates.