Blending Beds for Bulk Materials
Longitudinal or circular stockpiles are used to mix or homogenise raw materials such as coal. A distinction is made between longitudinal and circular stockpiles - both have a reserve or interim storage function.
Various Stockpile Layouts are Possible
The shape of the stockpile depends on the space available and the volume of the material to be stored. A rotary spreader is used to fill the stockpile, and material is taken from the pile using a scraper chain with buckets.
Based on the specific task (buffering, collecting and distributing, blending/homogenising) and the resulting incoming and outgoing material flow, first the storage capacity is decided upon. Together with the material properties this then leads to a choice of available stacking and reclaiming methods as well as the two basic stockpile layouts, namely the longitudinal stockpile arrangement and the circular stockpile arrangement.
Longitudinal arrangement allows easy future expansion but requires more space
Circular arrangement basically prevents any future expansion but has a more compact footprint
Longitudinal Stockpile Arrangement
Circular Stockpile Arrangement
Customer Support for Coal Piles
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