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  • Bookshelf and Unified Agenda > Environmental Protection Agency > Office of Transportation and Air Quality > AP-42, Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factor...
    In these cases, when the grain is released from the storage bins it may bypass the leg and fall onto the first of a series of conveyors that transport it to the barge- or ship - loading spouts.
  • Standard Handbook for Civil Engineers > COASTAL AND PORT ENGINEERING
    Bulk storage may be in open piles over conveyor tunnels, which may be covered with sheds when protection from the elements is required; in bins and silos or elevators (for grain storage); or in storage tanks (for liquids). These should be located as near the waterfront as possible, and sometimes directly alongside the wharf or pier, to enable direct loading into the hold of the ship .
  • States > Florida > State > Regulations > Division 62 - Departmental‚ Department of Environmental Protection > [FAC 62-296] Chapter 296 - Stationary Sourc...
    ...cement, clinker, fly ash, coke, gypsum, shale, lime, sulfur, phosphatic materials, slag, and grain or grain products... (a) Loading or unloading of materials to or from such containers as railcars, trucks, ships , and storage structures; (b) Conveyor systems other than portable conveyor systems; .
  • Customized Rebuild Ship Loader
    ...bulk storage and handling facility was implemented by the specialists from the Buhler Grain Handling business unit. It included the construction of a new stationary pneumatic unloader for river barges, a stationary loading boom, the expansion of a mobile pneumatic unloader with a ship loader and a chain conveyor feed system.
  • Federal Register > Friday, July 25, 1997 > [62 FR 40142] Longshoring and Marine Terminals regulatory inconsistencies with such equipment, which often physically originates on shore and extends onto the ship . The principal hazards associated with the use of chutes, rollers, and gravity and mechanically powered conveyors are caught in, struck by, and crushing injuries and engulfment (e.g. by moving grain ). ...require, among other things, that this equipment be strong enough to handle the loads imposed, be equipped...
  • CR4 - Thread: Redundancy in Belt Conveyors and Bucket Elevators
    As the facility will be supplying a sea port and the cost of having a ship waiting is great, I thought that some kind of redundancy in the conveyors would be a good idea. Specifically, the belt conveyor that takes the grain out of the flat storage and the bucket elevator that loads the outgoing trucks might be two or three instead of only one.
  • Raw materials. Handling and control
    Spouting from conveyors to bins or to other conveyors may be controlled manually or remotely by automatic... Rail shipments of grains are primarily in box cars, but increasingly the new hopper cars are being put in service. These are capable of carrying larger loads of beans or seeds, up to 90 or 100 tons...
  • Dosimetry for Food Irradiation
    ...agricultural products which are susceptible to injury or damage during transport require a conveyor system that is... The movement of the product from loading before irradiation to unloading after irradiation and subsequently during storage... Except perhaps in the case of grain irradiated in bulk, it is preferable to use during irradiation the same containers that have been traditionally adopted for shipping or marketing the specific food.
  • Innovative Methods for Corn Stover Collecting, Handling, Storing and Transporting
    The potato on-farm equipment is more complex than that needed for grain . The unloading, separating, sorting and storage equipment consists of a load accumulator, dirt/rock eliminator and sorter, dirt conveyor and two dirt dump trucks, screens for sizing and separating potatoes for immediate processing from those to be stored. Larger potatoes are conveyed to storage for later shipment .
  • Ear-rot fungi and mycotoxins in South African corn of the 1989 crop exported to Taiwan
    The first group of samples (designated the A-samples) was a sub-set from a larger number of samples taken, prior to ship- ment , from yellow corn of the 1989 South African crop despatched from 11 inland grain silos to the export... The A-samples were taken by scooping from the conveyor belt as the corn was being loaded into rail- way trucks.