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Residuals Removal at Maritza E1

Since 2006 AES has been replacing one of the three power stations at its Maritza power plant with a new build comprising two blocks with a power output of 300 MW each.
Tube Conveyor Systems
With the reconstruction of the power station Maritza East 1, the residual materials disposal system has also been reorganized. This project was contracted to Takraf in 2006. The heart of the residual material transportation system is a 4.5 km tube conveyor that follows the course of an old railway line and was realized in cooperation with ContiTech.

Down the Rathole

Three air cannons keep the material flowing in a pyramid hopper construction .
Discharge Aids
A cement and concrete manufacturer faced a problem with their storage bins for the raw material, which accumulated in the hopper forming a rathole seriously affecting production. To keep the whole of the material flowing they installed an air cannon system with some interesting specifications.

New Conveyor Belt with energy-saving, flame-resistant Rubber Material

Flame-Resistant Conveyor Belt
Bridgestone has utilized technology developed for the company’s fuel-efficient Ecopia tire line to create a new conveyor belt with energy-saving and flame-resistant rubber material. It is available worldwide and will help industrial facilities become more environmentally-friendly, while providing a safer working environment for operators.

Conveying the Coarse vertically

The new Aumund BWG-GK elevator for coarse grain is designed for the transport of material of grain sizes up to 80 mm.
Vertical Conveying
Belt bucket elevators are in use in various industries for the vertical conveying of numerous bulk solids. New designs of the belt as well as of the buckets and their fixations have led to largely improved conveying heights and capacities. Aumund belt bucket elevators, for example, are characterised by large conveying heights of up to 200 m and conveying capacities up to 2500 t/h.

Fast, Safe Unloading of Bottom-Discharge Hopper Cars

The Boot-lift Railcar Connector automatically connects with the railcar and rises as the load empties out, maintaining an effective seal throughout the process.
Railcar Unloading
The Boot-Lift Railcar Connector from Martin Engineering improves the speed and safety of connecting a hopper car to under-track conveying systems, preventing the loss of material to wind or contamination without workers crawling under the car. Installed on the track flanges and powered by an air-over-hydraulic design, the boot rises to the unloading gates for clean, efficient unloading of bottom-discharge hopper cars. Sponge seals fit securely to the gates for a clean transfer of material to the conveying system.

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