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Resource Technologies supplies several types of reclaimer systems, including scraper chain, rotating drum, and bucket-wheel reclaimers. Our expertise includes both indoor and outdoor operations, and our equipment can be tailored to meet building designs and storeyard restrictions.
Drum Reclaimer

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Drum reclaimers are high capacity reclaimers for blending materials such as coal, limestone, ore, etc. Working in uni- or bidirectional, these reclaimers span stockpiles up to 41m wide and feature capacities of 5500 tph in coal.
Side Arm Reclaimer

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The side arm reclaimer chanel replica travels alongside a stockpile on two rails with a rail gauge measuring 3 to 5 meters and supported by travel bogies with a three-point system. The luffable reclaim arm ranges in length from 10 meters and 30 meters and normally reclaims low tonnages of 50 tph, but it can also reclaim tonnages as high as 1000 tph. It has a luffing winch, a scraper reclaim drive and a travel drive. This lightweight reclaimer is one of the most economical for low tonnages.
Portal Type Scraper Reclaimer

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The portal type scraper reclaimer features either one or two reclaimer booms with a pair of traversing scraper chains and scraper flights. The chanel replica sale reclaimer with two booms is mostly used indoor and the single boom solution mostly outdoor. To reclaim the stacked material, the reclaimer booms are lowered until the scraper flights engage in the material while the portal reclaimer moves along the pile. The scraped material is loaded onto a yard conveyor alongside the pile. The reclaimed capacity is controlled by varying the travel speed of the machine.
Bridge type Scraper Reclaimer

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The bridge reclaimer, in conjunction with the proper stacking method, offers the very high blending ratio often required for homogenizing limestone, coal, iron ore, and other materials.In the picture, the bridge type box girder spans the pile and supports a trolley that reciprocates its travels gradually along the length of the box girder. Suspended from the trolley are triangular harrows (or "rakes"), one per side, loosening the material on the pile cross-section. Each harrow is adjusted to a slanted position, matching the angle of repose of the stacked material. As the bridge reclaimer inches towards the pile, the harrow loosens the material so that it runs under gravity to the foot of the pile. There, a scraper chain collects the material and transports it to the yard conveyor. The reclaimed capacity is controlled by varying the travel speed of the machine.
Bucketwheel Reclaimer

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Bucketwheel reclaimers, traveling on a rail track alongside the piles of material, can reclaim stockpile sections selectively.
Bridge type Bucket-Wheel Reclaimer
The bridge type bucket-wheel reclaimer blends and homogenizes material that has been piled up to the chevron system stackers of a blending yard. The bucket-wheel trolley on the main girder travels on eight vertical rollers. Four horizontal rollers at the level of the lower bridge chord ensure lateral guidance of the trolley. The trolley travel speed is adjustable so that, in connection with the variable cutting depth, optimum operating conditions can be chosen for reclaiming a variety of materials.

The trolley features two bucket wheels, each equipped with two rakes, and moves parallel to the front end to take up the material that has been stripped off by the rakes. Each cross-travel of the trolley is followed by a forward step of the complete machine. As the two buckets are transposable, the machines can operate in two directions-an essential advantage for stacking one stockpile while reclaiming another. Each of the bucket-wheels is driven by a short-circuit rotor motor through a hydraulic safety clutch, a worm gear, and a succeeding auxiliary spur wheel gear.

Bridge type bucket-wheel reclaimers can be designed for manual as well as automatic operation.
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