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The list of Bucket elevator disadvantages is the same length, however. Disadvantages include
We can add to this list difficulty handling certain fibrous materials like biomass raw cellulosic material including wood chips, veneer waste, shavings, straw, stover, bagasse, and other woody or grassy substances. Bucket elevators do not work well for these materials because the materials do not easily break apart, they do not fill buckets well e.g. voluminous materials like straw, and their abrasive nature tends to quickly wear buckets e.g. buckets collecting from a pit of chipped wood.
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As a kind of conveying equipment with simple structure, low maintenance cost and high conveying efficiency, bucket elevator is widely used in food, medical, chemical and mining industries, and plays an increasingly important role. In the actual conveying operation, the efficiency of bucket elevator is affected by the problems of slipping, deviation, tearing, returning, low production and ...
The problem is worst with powdery or dusty products. Dealing with dust. If it is important to reduce the amount of dust, the boot should be kept choked without bogging the elevator. Increasing the feed rate into the boot slightly above the bucket removal rate will cause plugging.
As a kind of conveying equipment with simple structure, low maintenance cost and high conveying efficiency, bucket elevator is widely used in food, medical, chemical and mining industries, and plays an increasingly important role.
In the actual conveying operation, the efficiency of bucket elevator is affected by the problems of slipping, deviation, tearing, returning, low production and abnormal noise. In this article, we will tell 12 types of troubles and solutions of bucket elevator, to help you produce efficiently
Adjust the tensioning device, if the tensioning device can not completely tighten the hopper belt, it means that the stroke of the tensioning device is too short and should be readjusted.
Reduce the amount of material feeding, and strive to feed evenly, if after reducing the amount of feeding, still can not improve skidding, it may be that too much material is accumulated in the machine or the hopper is stuck by foreign bodies.
Reason 3 The inner surface of the first wheel and hopper belt is too smooth
A layer of glue can be applied to the inner surface of the head wheel and hopper belt to increase friction.
1. When lifting different materials, the speed of bucket is different when lifting dry powder and granule, the speed is about 1-2 ms when lifting bulk material, the speed is 0.4-0.6 ms when lifting wet powder and granule, the speed is 0.60.8ms.
At first, the engineers from the W246ssingen plant wanted to replace the existing belt bucket elevator with a central chain bucket elevator. We would have solved the problem regarding the transport of coarse-grained material, says Schenk, but a new central chain bucket elevator
A wide variety of issues may cause a bucket elevator to operate poorly or below its rated capacity. This might include such things as worn or deformed buckets, slippage of belt on pulleys, improper filing of buckets, and more. Additionally, many bucket elevators perform inadequately because of their design.
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Continuous bucket elevators are widely used in many facilities to transport bulk solids. While a well-designed continuous bucket elevator is an effective means of material transport, there are factors that can degrade the overall efficiency of a unit. In this article, we highlight four signs of bucket elevator inefficiency, whose causes, if not addressed, can seriously compromise equipment performance.
Inefficiency Sign 1 Infeed LossesA critical, but often overlooked aspect of bucket elevator design and operation is considering how the equipment will be fed. Failure to control and regulate the feed of material into the elevator can result in product losses and damage, as well as reduced throughput. Common causes of infeed losses include the following
Inefficiency Sign 2 Reduced SpeedReducing the running speed of a continuous bucket elevator below the designed or planned rate is often a response to other problems, such as the infeed problems described above. Reduced speed may also be necessary when the elevator spills or damages product when running at the planned rate, or when downstream equipment is unable to accept all product from the elevator when it runs at the planned rate. The solution in all cases is to investigate and correct the root cause of the problem so that the elevator may be run at the planned rate.
Inefficiency Sign 3 Reduced YieldReduced yield can take several forms. First, the quantity of product that the elevator delivers to downstream equipment may be lessened through losses from spillage, failure of some product to discharge from the buckets, etc. Secondly, the quality of product delivered by the elevator may be compromised as it moves through the equipment. Both types of losses, quantity andor quality, represent yield losses.
Failure of material to fully discharge from the elevator buckets can be addressed using discharge aids, such as bucket knockers, which are designed to dislodge material from the elevator buckets at the point of discharge. In addition, conveying materials that are inherently sticky and that have a propensity to adhere to the bucket surfaces may require the use of buckets with Teflon-coated or dimpled surfaces.
Quality degradation often manifests itself through particle attrition or breakage. The solution in this case is to use an elevator designed for high-care conveying and which is capable of gentle handling. This will prevent particle attrition or breakage and ensure that what goes into the elevator is what comes out.
Inefficiency Sign 4 Unplanned Stoppages and DowntimeA common cause of stoppages in bucket elevators is the unwanted accumulation of material in the elevators infeed section. If left unchecked, material can accumulate in the infeed section to the point where it interferes with the movement of buckets through this section of the elevator. In the worst cases, built-up material can block the movement of the buckets, leading to an overload situation, which halts the operation of the unit.