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Bucket Elevator

Bucket elevators are the most common used systems for vertical transport of bulk, dry or wet materials. It is designed with various options of height, speed and constructive details depending on the type of material to be transported.

Shiv Shakti Industrial Bucket Elevators are available in a variety of designs to efficiently elevate a wide range of bulk materials. The Standard Industrial Bucket Elevator is suited for the majority of those applications requiring capacities up to 150 cubic Mtr per hour, provided the lump size of the material below 100 mm in diameter. These elevators are designed in a Centrifugal Discharge or Continuous Discharge type.

Standard Industrial Bucket Elevators

Centrifugal Discharge Type

These Type elevators are used to handle relatively fine, free-flowing materials where the larger percentage of the material has small to medium sized lumps.
  • It is the most common.
  • Great travelling speeds (1.2 and 1.4 m/s).
  • Material Loading is carried out by dredging (material load by digging action) at the Bottom of the elevator.
  • The separation distance between the buckets is 2 to 3 times the bucket height Mounted at spaced intervals to belt or chain. Belts are normally recommended rather than chain for more abrasive materials, providing the temperature of the material is not excessive and that loading conditions permit.
Continuous Discharge Type

These Type elevators are used to handle materials of varied densities that have lump sizes ranging from fine to large.
  • Lower Travelling speeds (0.5 and 1.0 m/s).
  • Bucket is mounted in continuous manner on chain.
  • Material loading is carried out by direct loading action in to the inlet bucket.
  • The discharge takes place due to gravity by means of the lower part of the preceding bucket that acts as a discharge spout.
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