Bruks Siwertell expands technology range in Indonesia
21 Aug 2023
Bruks Siwertell has secured an order for two Siwertell 10 000 S next-generation road-mobile ship unloaders destined to support environment-friendly cement handling operations in Sumatra, Indonesia.
“This contract expands Bruks Siwertell’s technology presence in Indonesia,” notes Jörgen Ojeda, Sales Director Mobile Unloaders, Bruks Siwertell. “The two road-mobile models add to a range of Siwertell screw-type dry bulk handling systems already delivered to the region including four large-scale Siwertell ship unloaders and one ship loader.”
State-of-the-art Siwertell mechanical screw-conveyor technology has earnt a global reputation for performance, reliability, and environment-friendly handling of a wide variety of dry bulk materials.
"This latest order showcases our commitment to continually deliver solutions that address the unique challenges experienced by our customers,” Ojeda continues. “Cement markets can be particularly complex, with demand arising in places where infrastructure for importing large cargoes is lacking. Able to deploy, repack and move within the space of an hour, road-mobile unloaders flexibly meet this need by providing immediate, highly efficient through-ship capacity wherever it is required.”
Like all Siwertell technology, the road-mobile units will minimize dust emissions and ensure spillage-free operations thanks to their fully enclosed conveying lines from the ship’s hold to the shore. This is particularly beneficial when handling very dry or powdery cargoes like cement. Dust filters also add to Siwertell unloaders’ environment-friendly capabilities, along with low operating costs and minimal energy demands.
The new road-mobile units are scheduled for delivery later this year and will ensure a rated cement handling capacity of 300t/h, discharging vessels up to 10,000 dwt. The next-generation models will also feature advanced digital technology for diagnostics and troubleshooting.