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Dust-free cement handling in the Gulf of Mexico

Bruks Siwertell recently secured an order for a new Siwertell road-mobile ship-unloader for cement handing operations in the Gulf of Mexico region of the US.

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Dust-free cement handling in the Gulf of Mexico

Bruks Siwertell said the undisclosed buyer already operates Siwertell screw-type technology, “recognising its ability to protect the environment from dust and spillage, and to offer a cost-effective dry bulk handling solution, with low operating costs in comparison with other technologies”.

 

Christopher Duffy, Bruks Siwertell area sales manager, explained further: “Our Siwertell screw-type unloaders are totally enclosed, delivering a dust-tight system, which is critical for protecting the environment, but is particularly essential for operations that are situated near and within populated areas.

 

“The customer already operates several Siwertell road-mobile unloaders, at different locations in the US, as well as large-scale bulk terminal unloaders.

 

“This familiarity with our technology and confidence with the equipment and its long-term performance, were critical factors in securing this new contract. Additionally, so were our service capabilities and the fact that we are able to deliver the new unloader within 10 weeks of order confirmation.

 

“Siwertell road-mobile unloaders are a fantastic option for operators that need to serve many sites,” he continued. “This particular unit will move from place to place within the Gulf of Mexico, but is initially planned to work along the Mississippi River in the state of Louisiana. To achieve this, its owners plan to mount the unloader onto a barge, absolutely minimising the requirements for any dock infrastructure.

 

“The barge, along with the unloader and auxiliary equipment, can, depending on agreements at various sites, technically be transported on the water to different locations. So, not only road-mobile, but also light enough to be barge-mounted and mobile on the water as well,” Duffy concluded.

 

The 10 000 S-type road-mobile unit will offer a continuous rated capacity of 300 tph for the totally enclosed, dust-free handling of cement from barges and vessels up to 10,000 dwt.

 

The unloader will be delivered to the US fully assembled from Sweden, with training to commence immediately. Full-scale operations are scheduled to start by mid-June 2021.

 

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