Mass Materials Conveyor Dewatering

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Mass Materials Transport Dewatering. Exorbitant water on coal transports results in material swamp back and spillage on slanted belts. Water saved into coal receptacles influences release control.

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Mass Materials Conveyor Dewatering

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Excessive water on coal transports brings about material bog back and spillage on slanted belts. Water saved into coal receptacles influences release control. Uncontrolled material development on transports or from canisters is a noteworthy wellbeing risk which must be controlled. Causes critical downtime, gear harm, extra tidy up and expanded erosion. Brings about extra operational expenses. A noteworthy issue, especially on account of underground longwall leeway transports.

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The "Cerebrum INDUSTRIES" Dewatering Unit takes care of the issues by expelling water from the coal stream. Composed by "WATKINS GODWIN" and now fused inside the Brain Industries item run.

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A surface transport unit introduced at the last part of an incline transport 1600mm belt, 3.9m/sec at 2500tph

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Units have been provided to – New South Wales :- Appin Mine (2) Blakefield South Mine Dartbrook/Kayuga Mine Elouera Mine Newpac Mine Newstan Mine (2) Springvale Mine (2) Tower Mine Westcliff Mine Wambo Mine Western Australia :- BHPB – Ravensthorpe Nickel Queensland :- Capcoal Mines Crinum Mine Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal (2) Grasstree Mine Oaky Creek Mine Overseas :- San Juan Mine – USA (2) Twentymile Coal – USA Currently Producing :- NCIG

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Performance objective – To guarantee that downstream material goes about as a mass strong instead of a slurry Each unit particularly intended for – Belt width and speed 3.0m/sec is the ostensible least belt speed Material irregularity estimate Discharge pulley distance across Available roadway measurements Installed at a slice through Performance is dependant on sufficient headroom

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Current range – Belt widths to 2000mm Capacities to 6500tph Max protuberance size to 600mm Handles periodic "surf loads up" Belt speeds 3.0 to 5.5m/sec

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Special elements – Wet regions in Stainless Steel Dewatering screen is not in the primary stream, limiting screen affect harm Screen is reversible for expanded life Full shop test get together before dispatch Main stream chute fitted with replaceable liners Scraper get to stages Designed to permit entry of oversize bumps

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Optional components – Site standard idlers, pulleys and scrubbers Tripper and load station outlines Scraper washes Screen and wash showers Suitable for establishment in a current working belt with least downtime Incorporated as a feature of a Jib Head or Tripper Drive Station Extreme knot blockage identification

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Floor mounted underground transport unit being test gathered preceding dispatch. This unit incorporates a tripper and load station. 1400mm belt at 3.85m/sec - 3200tph Coal

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Test get together of underground Dewatering unit including tripper and load station outlined with pivoted casings to limit the down time when introduced into a current transport 1400mm belt at 3.0m/sec – 3500tph

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Stage 1 of 8 Typical methodology for introducing a dewatering tripper into a current transport

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Stage 2

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Stage 3

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Stage 4

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Stage 5

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Stage 6

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Stage 7

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Stage 8 – Unit Operational after downstream transport is realigned with stacking station.

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Contact points of interest – BRAIN INDUSTRIES (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD www.brainindustries.com.au TEL: + 61 2 9838 0511 FAX: + 61 2 9838 0544 Keith Hobbs E-mail :- hobbs@brainindustries.com.au

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