This weeks episode from our brochure…

Bild 1This is a recurring theme on our blog. For some time ahead we are going to highlight selected parts of our new brochure (which you can find here).

In this post we will focus on: Products options for Containers

Safety guarding
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In some situations, it’s necessary to safe guard the handling of the lifting/tipping unit. For instance when the SKV 300 C3 needs to tip higher than 2500 mm, we use a guarding for optimal safety. This is a matter that often needs to be designed depending on the situation and position of the unit.

Chute arrangements
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In order to avoid spills of products it is very important to find a good chute arrangement. We offer a number of standard solutions. We can of course also design a chute arrangement after your own requirements and specifications.

Loading tumblers
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We have long experience in designing solutions for loading tumblers. This is an application that very often causes a messy situation, however with our solutions we can assure a very good result. A tight chute that leads right into the tumbler. We have solutions for single tumblers as well as a number in a row serviced with a tipper working along a rail.

Lifting frames for multiple containers
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In many cases there is a need to tip more than one type of container in a lifting/tipping device. We have developed solutions for most variations over the years. However you must be aware of the risk of spilling product the more containers we integrate to the same lifting frame.

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