Edge Innovate has revealed the latest product offering from its popular material handling product range.
The new Edge MTS140 is a 42.2-metre-long, portable telescopic radial stockpile conveyor that provides a cost-effective bulk material handling solution.
According to Edge Innovate, the conveyor is capable of significantly reducing operational costs by reducing the doubling handling of material and enables operators to create large in-spec stockpiles of product by eliminating the compaction, degradation, segregation and contamination of material.
Boasting numerous new design features, the MTS-Series spans 42 metres and includes two conveyors, an automated stockpiling control system, variable discharge height and the option of direct electric or diesel genset power sources.
“The Edge brand has become synonymous with the manufacturing of reliable and cost-effective portable bulk material handling solutions,” said Darragh Cullen, managing director of Edge Innovate.
“The new Edge MTS140 telescopic conveyor has benefited from Edge Innovate’s 30 years’ experience in the material handling industry and will complement our growing range of port handling equipment which now includes mobile feeders, truck unloaders, track conveyors and wheel mounted radial conveyors.”
The MTS140 incorporates an easy-to-use HMI control panel for the selection of multiple stockpile programs and gives operators full control when creating precise stockpiles, for the loading of material.
The telescopic stockpiler allows operators to create stockpiles of up to 13.1 metres high at a rate of up to 1,000 tonnes per hour depending on the feed material.
Additional options available include a track mounted bogie which gives the MTS140 greater application flexibility and is ideal for operators who wish to frequently reposition their unit.
Designed to easily fit into four containers for global export, the MTS140 can be reassembled quickly.
As with all Edge products, the MTS140 is built in Ireland where it undergoes rigorous testing and a detailed pre-dispatch inspection before it is shipped to its destination.
The company’s site engineers will also be on hand during installation to ensure a fast and efficient reassembly and to provide operational training to onsite staff.