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Brief Introduction To Bucket Elevator

The traction chain of bucket elevator components include plate chains and other several types. Structure and manufacturing of chain are relatively simple, and also there is very strong connection with the hopper. When conveying abrasive materials, there is small wear, but its weight is larger, the plate chain structure is solid, light weight, which is suitable for enhancing the hoist with large capacity. But the articulation joint is susceptible to wear, tape structure is relatively simple, but not suitable for conveying abrasive materials. The ordinary tape material temperature does not exceed 60 ° C, steel belt clip allows the material temperature up to 80 ° C, heat tape allows the material temperature getting to 120 ° C, heat resistant chain conveyor material temperature is up to 250 ° C.

The main features of bucket elevator:

1.There is a wide range, this type of hoist has less demand on the type of materials,which can not only enhance the general powder, granular materials, but also enhance the larger materials. Sealing, and less environmental pollution.

2.Small drive power-feed, induction discharge, large-capacity hopper intensive layout. Almost no material back and digging,reactive power.

3.Long life, hoist feed takes induction style.The bucket excavating material rarely occurs between squeeze and collision phenomena. Few scattered materials ensure that the material feeding, unloading, reduce mechanical wear of the machine design.

4.Operational reliability, state-of-the-art design principles and processing methods ensure the reliability of machine operation, trouble-free time is more than 20,000 hours. Lifting height is high, hoist is running smoothly, so you can upgrade to a higher height.

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