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Fast, Safe Unloading of Bottom-Discharge Hopper Cars

The Boot-lift Railcar Connector automatically connects with the railcar and rises as the load empties out, maintaining an effective seal throughout the process.
Railcar Unloading
The Boot-Lift Railcar Connector from Martin Engineering improves the speed and safety of connecting a hopper car to under-track conveying systems, preventing the loss of material to wind or contamination without workers crawling under the car. Installed on the track flanges and powered by an air-over-hydraulic design, the boot rises to the unloading gates for clean, efficient unloading of bottom-discharge hopper cars. Sponge seals fit securely to the gates for a clean transfer of material to the conveying system.

Explosion Control in Elevators

Bucket elevator with explosion control measures.
Vertical Conveying
Conveying systems for bulk solids are often at risk of explosions. as it is almost impossible to avoid this risk, there have to be technical installations which reduce the outcome of such an event. One of the most effective anti-explosion systems for vertical conveyors is an explosion suppression system.

Fully assembled Bedeschi Ship Loader leaves Port of Venice

The 500 t Bedeschi ship loader is set to go to the port of Corpus Christi in Texas (USA), the sixth-ranking American port in terms of goods handling, located in the Gulf of Mexico.
Ship Loading & Unloading
One of the largest project cargo ever to depart from the port of Venice has left the docks of the Multi Service terminal in Venice carrying an iron ore ship loader entirely designed and realized by Bedeschi. The ship loader has a loading arm as long as 50 m and weighs a total of 500 t and it is set to go to the port of Corpus Christi in Texas (USA), the sixth-ranking American port in terms of goods handling, located in the Gulf of Mexico.

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