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Bucket Fertilizer Elevator Brief

by Scarlett Xu Sales Manager
Bucket elevator is to convey powder,granules and small lump materials whose piling density is less 1.5T/M3 and temperature is below 250.
Recommended Features
  • Elevator rack is made of superlative steel,durable.
  • The fertilizer granules temperature should below 250.
  • The middle machine rack has single and double channels.
  • Stable elevating process
  • 30% higher than the common elevator.
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Bucket Fertilizer Elevator Brief Introduction

Bucket elevator is to convey powder,granules and small lump materials whose piling density is less 1.5T/M3 and temperature is below 250. The conveying hopper volume is large enough to satisfy the general fertilizer production lines. It adopts chains structure and can conveys stably.

Bucket Fertilizer Elevator Rational Structure

The trailer part of bucket elevator is round chain which is made from superior quality alloy steel. The middle elevator rack can be made into single and double channels. Chain wheel is changeable chains and has long working life. The bottom part is equipped with gravity automatic takeup device to offer constant tension. At the same time, when feeder gets stuck accidental, the device can protect elevating shaft and other components.

Bucket Fertilizer Elevator Features

1. Elevator rack is made of superlative steel,durable.
2.The fertilizer granules temperature should below 250.
3.The middle machine rack has single and double channels.
4. Stable elevating process,low noise,simple to maintain.
5. Large conveying capacity, 30% higher than the common elevator.
6.The chain is welded from alloy steel and disposed by carburization and quenching, good extension and wear-resisting ability.

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About Scarlett Xu Innovator     Sales Manager

22 connections, 0 recommendations, 82 honor points.
Joined APSense since, May 14th, 2013, From Zhengzhou, China.

Created on Aug 9th 2013 02:43. Viewed 435 times.

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