Among the solutions implemented by MCS are:
Teaming truck unloaders, telescopic stacker conveyors and transfer conveyors as required to transfer bulk commodities direct from truck to ship from a General Purpose wharf.
Developing hydraulic ramps for the Superior truck unloader for easier set-up on a hard surface.
Developing cascading chutes for reduced velocity discharge into a ship hold, and reduced segregation.
Development of a vibratory pan feeder for use with a transfer conveyor and tracked conveyor in loading a barge with armour rock.
Using a slewing telescopic conveyor means that a large area can be covered working from a single location, with the feed hopper being replenished by an excavator or loader drawing from a nearby stockpile. There is no need for machinery to travel over the geotextile, risking the integrity of the geotextile itself and the seams. Applications have included sediment ponds and tailing dams.
MCS has used a telescopic conveyor to fill gabions. This proved more productive, and had less spillage, compared to using an excavator or wheel loader to fill the gabions directly. It also provided flexibility in the location of the gabion rock stockpile, and reduced congestion on a difficult site.
Stockpile Reclaimer: Dozer traps loaded a train loading belt when a stockpile reclaimer broke down, and achieved similar load times. In some applications they are an alternative to reclaimers, or could be based in a region to cover breakdowns throughout the region.
Ship Loader: Telescopic radial stackers have been used to cover loss of fixed ship loaders through breakdown or accident. They can often be integrated with existing conveyor infrastructure.
Working from street level, a Telebelt can accept soil, sand, landscaping materials or crusher dust from a tipper and:
The tippers can be turned around quickly and safely, often without entering the site.
The benefits of using a Telebelt to withdraw spoil from a basement excavation and place it in a tipper at street level include:
A Telebelt is ideal for filling behind retaining walls. It can fill from either side of the wall, depending on where the best access for a tipper is. It is safer than having a wheel loader working close to a void, and is more productive.
A Telebelt is also idea for backfilling around underground tanks and other structures, as it can set up away from the void and can often backfill the complete void from a single position.
A Telebelt is ideal for placing concrete ahead of a laser screed, whether the job is indoors or outside. The productivity means that two and sometimes three agitators can be kept busy at a time.
Telebelts have also been used for placing concrete ahead of concrete pavers on jobs such as airport aprons, and for placing concrete into the hopper of kerb and barrier slipformers.
Where additional equipment such as hoppers and chutes are required, MCS can design and fabricate these in its own workshop to match the job requirements and equipment used.
MCS can also provide operator training and consult on project solutions.
Applications include backfilling tailings dams, loading train conveyors from stockpile, building and drawing down on temporary stockpiles, and more.
Applications include placing unpumpable concrete, placing bulk materials in areas with no or limited direct access, and more.
MCS has Australia-wide experience in loading a range of bulk materials from general purpose wharves using mobile conveyors.
This equipment suits both fixed and short-term applications, and is as transportable as mobile crushers and screens.
Mobile conveyors are the ideal solution for backfilling over geotextiles without compromising their integrity, and are highly productive.