Mechanical Conveying Systems

Mechanical Conveying

Our Redler Mechanical Conveying Systems, were the FIRST ever brand, for En-Masse Mechanical Conveying. We are proudly renowned for quality, expert capabilities, long-term cost-effectiveness, strong environmental credentials, as well as flexible applications. As the first ever manufacturer of En-Masse Mechanical Conveying, you can imagine our Redler system experts, know everything needed, to ensure the most optimal mechanical system.

Not just installed as a full mechanical system, with 70 years’ experience, Redler are also extremely popular for replacing mechanical components and spare parts on other manufacturers systems – worldwide. A desire for quality operations and output, from a trusted brand, often leads prospective clients to our Redler solutions.

Mechanical Conveying Systems are the traditional method for moving large amounts of products and materials, through an industrial processing system. They are very well suited for high capacity conveying rates and for handling a variety of materials, including abrasive products.

How it works:
There are a number of moving parts within a mechanical conveying system, to allow the transport process, including belts, buckets, chains and trays. The material is moved at a controlled, fast pace, across the pipeline. The pipelines can be positioned horizontally or vertically and even at an incline.

Benefits of Mechanical Conveying:
  • Ideal for high capacity conveying rates
  • Suitable for handling difficult and abrasive materials
  • Low energy consumption
  • Our quality ensures we’re ideally suited to the refurb or replacement of existing mechanical conveying systems
  • Flexible use, in a wide number of applications such as the Power, Heavy and Light industries

Typical materials conveyed:
Our robust, efficient, Mechanical Systems are used in a variety of industrial sectors, including train sand loading, coal-fired power plants, incinerators, biomass plants, food, plastic and chemical processing sites. Our systems are suitable for the most simple, as well as difficult kind of materials including abrasive, hot, sticky and humid bulk materials. Our solutions also fulfil processes for solid fuel feeding such as coal, coke, waste fuel, biomass, limestone and gypsum.

Types of Mechanical Conveying:
Belt Conveying typically conveys material across a short straight run, with low energy consumption, ensuring minimal material degration. They consist of a basic metal frame with rollers and a flat metal belt. They often convey products with irregular surfaces, which could be small enough to fall in between the rollers into a tray or bag at the end of the process.

Screw Conveyers are enclosed and prevent the contamination of products, as opposed to a belt solution, whilst also consuming low energy with minimal material degration. They are however more suited to a very short straight run. Screw conveyors are volumetric devices, whereby with each revolution of the screw, a fixed volume of material is discharged into the process. Material is often moved from a hopper, bin or silo at a controlled rate and volume.

Why Schenck Process?
Becked by our 70 years’ experience, we can supply everything for Mechanical Conveying from belt conveyors and bucket elevators for the grain and derivatives industries, to en-masse elevators and container loading systems for granulated bulk materials. We especially have the knowledge and capabilities to refurb existing Mechanical Conveying Systems, from other manufacturers, that are underperforming and in need of maintenance.

  • Full consultancy and engineered design
  • Service packages available
  • Material and process inspection, as well as testing
  • UK, trusted Redler brand, supplied globally
  • Focused on offering efficiency and quality solutions
  • Project management available from start to finish – worldwide

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