Stacker reclaimers are designed as either rail-mounted or mobile on crawler tracks and are trenching or slewing type machines. The trenching type is for low-volume, high active storage piles where the slewing type machine is designed for use in facilities with limited yard length and require material to be readily available. We match our machines and upgrades so that we meet or exceed your goals. Replace the existing Travel Drives with Vector Drives and motors to aid in machine acceleration and deceleration and reduce travel drive maintenance. Gearbox replacement is recommended as well.
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The machine is designed to operate with a yard conveyor for stacking and discharging at the same end during reclaiming i.
Stacking The material on the forward moving yard conveyor is raised by the tripper and discharged through a discharge guide chute onto an intermediate inclined conveyor which lift the material and ultimately discharges on to the boom conveyor by a chute. The boom conveyor carries the material up to its end and allow it to fall from a stockpile.
The stacking operation starts at one end of the stockpile with the boom kept low. The travel motion operates simultaneously and at the other end of the stockpile, the motor reverse. After a number of such cycle the boom is luffed up and the cycle repeated. Reclaming The machine reclaims the material from the stockpile in layers by rotating bucket wheel swing across the pile.
The material picked up by the bucket is retained and guided by the ring chute as the bucket moves up. When the bucket is about 45 deg above horizontal, the material starts discharging it to the bucket wheel chute, which guides it to the boom conveyor.
On reaching the end of the boom conveyor, the material passes through the central chute and portal chute on to the yard conveyor belt, supported on the impact table. The reclamation of the entire stockpile can be carried out either by bench type and modular methods.
In the bench type method the reclaimer starts at one end on the top bench or layer and reclaims that bench for the full length of the pile. On the reaching the end of the pile the machine returns to the other end, the boom is lowered and reclaiming commences on the next lower bench. The modular method is accomplished by starting at the top of the pile at one end and taking a series of cuts one bench deep end returning to the end of the pile, lowering the boom and taking the same number of cuts on the lower bench.
This process is repeated up to the lowest bench thereby completing one reclaim module. Components Of Stacker Reclaimer 1. The hollow output shaft of the gear box is clamped on the drive pulley shaft through a key less shrink disc element. Tripper Conveyor The tripper raises the belt of the yard conveyor and supports it over a concave curve and discharge through guide chute on to the intermediate conveyor.
After passing over the discharge pulley. The belt is guided back to the yard level over bend pulleys. Boom Conveyor The reversible boom conveyor drive is mounted on a drive frame and is supported on the revolving frame by a torque arm with plain spherical rod ends.
The bearing housing supporting the discharge pulley assembly on either side are supported on sliding blocks at boom head. The movement of the bearing blocks for the purpose of adjustment of the belt tension and the belt changing is achieved through screwed spindles. Belt sway, pull cord and belt slip monitor switches are included for protection of the conveyor. The various safety features of boom conveyor are : Zero Speed Switch — It is provided at the non drive pulley to monitor the pulley and thereby the belt speed and trip the conveyor motor in the event of the belt speed dropping below a preset value.
Belt Sway Switch — It is mounted on boom on either side of the conveyor, to trip the conveyor in the event of the belt running out of the line and pressing against the rollers levers of the switches. Intermediate Conveyor The intermediate conveyor shall travel on the same rail as those of machine. After receiving material from tripper conveyor through vibro feeder it transfer the material to central chute during stacking operations.
Click here to get details of conveyor system 5. Boom Luffing Arrangement The raising and lowering of the hinged bascule system and controlling it in operation, is achieved by a hydraulic system with two hydraulic cylinders. The cabin is also maintained level automatically by a hydraulic cylinder fed simultaneously from the system.
The power pack also includes an independent system for actuation of the chutes etc. Slewing Arrangement The revolving superstructure of the stacker reclaimer is supported on a large diameter slewing bearing. An external ring gear, bolted to the revolving frame, is driven by two meshing pinions powered by two independent drive units each comprising sq.
The slew angle are monitored by limit switches. Additional contacts in the limit switch ensure that the boom can only be slewed over the yard conveyor after it has been raised clear of it.
The safety features for the slewing arrangement are: Slip Clutch — It restricts the maximum torque on slew gear and thereby prevents overloading of all components and structure. Rotary Cam Limits Switch — It is provided to prevent slewing over yard conveyor conveyor unless boom is sufficiently raised and also prevent excessive lowering of boom over yard conveyor.
Long Travel Mechanism The function of long travel mechanism is to move the stacker from one position to another position in rail track.
The various safety features of stacker reclaimer LT mechanism are : Travel Limit Switch — It is operated by strikers placed along the track for stopping travel at either end of pile and permits reversal.
Automatic Rail Clamp — It is provided to drifting of the machine in storm condition. Checking all hydraulic hoses for any leakages. Checking all power pack and its hydraulic components for any leakages. Checking for cleanliness of all components of stacker reclaimer including the hydraulic power pack.
Checking hydraulic oil tank for sealing and leakages. Checking oil cooler. Checking Slew and bucket drive hydraulic motor and its cleanness. Checking rail clamp and mounting fasteners. Checking auto lubrication system and its working condition for slew bearings and long travel wheel bearings. Checking all boxes of stacker reclaimer for oil level, cleanness of breather.
Checking all couplings for its smooth working. Checking conveyor belt joints condition and its top and bottom rubber condition. Checking all idlers,pulleys,skirt rubber,scrapers,pulley bearing and coffin box condition.
Bucket Wheel Stacker Reclaimers
The machine is designed to operate with a yard conveyor for stacking and discharging at the same end during reclaiming i. Stacking The material on the forward moving yard conveyor is raised by the tripper and discharged through a discharge guide chute onto an intermediate inclined conveyor which lift the material and ultimately discharges on to the boom conveyor by a chute. The boom conveyor carries the material up to its end and allow it to fall from a stockpile. The stacking operation starts at one end of the stockpile with the boom kept low. The travel motion operates simultaneously and at the other end of the stockpile, the motor reverse.
Reclaimer types[ edit ] Bucket wheel reclaimers use " bucket wheels " for removing material from the pile they are reclaiming. Scraper reclaimers use a series of scrapers on a chain to reclaim the material. The reclaimer structure can be of a number of types, including portal and bridge. Reclaimers are named according to this type, such as "Bridge reclaimer". Portal and bridge reclaimers can both use either bucket wheels or scrapers to reclaim the product.
Bucketwheel stacker reclaimers
Mining Equipment Bridge Type Bucket-Wheel Reclaimers 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.