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Effective Coal Material Handling from Distribution to Receiving

En-Masse Drag Chain Conveying technology offers advantages over other conveying types for coal handling, due to its effective utilisation of space, totally enclosed housing, and ability to operate effectively horizontally or vertically.

Coal suppliers understand the importance of effectively moving material off ship and rail, to distribution and in-plant processing.

The En-Masse conveying technology is designed to handle high-volumes of aggressive materials, such as coal, in a relatively small footprint. The En-Masse Drag Chain conveyor has the capability to move in excess of 1,000TPH in a single conveyor, with a much smaller drive compared to other conveyor types.

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Effective Coal Material Handling from Distribution to Receiving

En-Masse Drag Chain Conveying technology offers advantages over other conveying types for coal handling, due to its effective utilisation of space, totally enclosed housing, and ability to operate effectively horizontally or vertically.

Coal suppliers understand the importance of effectively moving material off ship and rail, to distribution and in-plant processing.

The En-Masse conveying technology is designed to handle high-volumes of aggressive materials, such as coal, in a relatively small footprint. The En-Masse Drag Chain conveyor has the capability to move in excess of 1,000TPH in a single conveyor, with a much smaller drive compared to other conveyor types.

To find out more, please download this free whitepaper.



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