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Genma delivers pneumatic unloader

Jiangsu Rainbow Heavy Industries Co Ltd has won an order from Guangxi to supply a 200 tph Genma mobile pneumatic ship-unloader (CSU) for grain handling.

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Genma mobile pneumatic ship-unloader
Genma mobile pneumatic ship-unloader

The OEM said that the Genma’s hermetically sealed unloading procedure, strong continuous operation capability, low noise output and other characteristics, make it ideal for terminals with high environmental requirements.


It added that the CSU’s multi-stage turbine fan is highly efficient, offering energy-savings of 30%, while its material damage rate is less than 0.3%. “It also automatically regulates flow, protects the pipeline, reduces equipment maintenance, and increases the operation lifespan,” the firm stated.

 

Genma believes CSUs will become the dominant ship unloader in China in the future, due to "the country’s determination to rectify environmental pollution" and address issues relating to noise and reliability of other unloading systems. While there are other brand CSUs available within China Genma believes its multi-stage turbine fan technology is an advantage over other CSU type unloaders, as well as conventional grab unloaders.

 

 

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