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Bulk Material Handling Equipment in the Fertilizer Industry

Between mine sites and production facilities, the fertilizer industry handles a range of different products and materials. This often includes: 1. Minerals and ores such as potash, phosphate rock, and iron ore 2. Inorganic materials such as urea and sulfur 3. Organic materials such as manure, compost, and biosolids 4. Complex fertilizers such as MAP, DAP, NPK 5. Finished single nutrient products and blends

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Each and every handling situation is unique, requiring a customized bulk handling approach. However, these systems generally employ the same equipment in varying configurations in order to meet their specific needs. The most widely used types of bulk material handling equipment used for fertilizer are outlined here.

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While handling concerns are largely site and material specific, there are common themes that run throughout the fertilizer industry.

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Belt conveyors, bucket elevators, trippers, plows, and feeders are used extensively throughout the fertilizer industry to handle fertilizer at every step of its life cycle, from raw ore to finished product. The unique challenges associated with fertilizers demands engineered system and equipment design to reach an efficient handling system that will perform reliably. FEECO is known throughout the fertilizer industry for the best in custom fertilizer production and handling equipment. Each bulk solids handling system we design is designed around the specific goals and challenges of the site and material at hand. For more information on our custom material handling equipment, contact us today! FEECO International, Inc. Toll Free: 373.9347

roughly 50% of these belt conveyor systems had belt widths of 1200 or 2000 ram. Since the nineteen sixties, belt conveying has continued to make great strides in soft rock open pit mining, becoming the most important means of transport in this sector; belt conveyor systems in current use with bucket wheel excavators achieve performances per day of up to 240000 m³ bank. If the situation in hard rock open pit mining is compared with that outlined above, it is apparent that the belt conveyor, despite its recognized advantages as a bulk transporter, has by no means achieved the same degree of acceptance as in the soft rock sector. However, recent cost trends call urgently for fresh consideration of all possible forms of mine transportat...

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Although truck haulage remains the most widespread method of material transportation in open pit mining, recent advances in truck technology have so far failed to offset the growing economic drawbacks outlined above. Moreover, the trend towards longer hauls and greater mining depths tends to expose inherent weaknesses of the shovel/truck concept. Increased haulage distances not only result in expansion of the truck fleet to maintain previous production levels, but impose increased manpower and support equipment requirements. There are nonetheless a number of limitations on the use of conveyor systems in the hard rock sector, which partly explain their relatively slow acceptance in this field. Flexibility is the argument most often cited in favour of truck based systems. Truck transport can easily be adapted to constantly changing mining faces, with less exacting demands on long term mine planning strategy and so...

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The essential task of the in pit crusher in a belt conveyor transport system is to reduce blasted material to a conveyable size. Crushers for this purpose are almost exclusively of the low crushing ratio type , i.e. so called primary or pre crushers, designed as mobile or semi mobile units. Further processing to end product quality takes place centrally outside the pit. For certain applications, reduction to millable quality may also be carried out in pit, dispensing with the need for further crushing. Developments in the use of movable crushers have typically been divided into three phases: prototype operation over a number of years, followed by gradual introduction once the system philosophy has been proven, and a subsequent rapid spread to other mines. Recent increased use of movable crushers in hard and abrasive rock applications has led to growing popularity of gyratory crushers. Roll crushers are generally used...

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In 1982/83 EGAT invited tenders for a sub contract to remove 15 million m of overburden annually over a six year period at its Mae Moh open pit mine. The successful bidder was a consortium formed by Bangkok Motors and Sahakol Engineering. In October 1983, a contract to supply three semi mobile crushers for Mae Moh was awarded to Krupp Industrietechnik. Specifications included the following main parameters: Performance : 3600 t/h Material : overburden Feeding lump size : 1000 x 1500 mm Product size : 0 350 mm Maximum frequency of moves : several per year Specific gravity : 1.96 t/m³ Overburden is loaded on to trucks at the face and dumped into the feed bin. An apron feeder under the bin transfers the material via the feed box to the double roll crusher. Any material passing through the apron feeder plates is caught by the spillage conveyor under the feeder and likewise led to the crusher. The crusher reduces the material to its product...

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