Manual Sack Opener Units
The Beltyne Manual Sack Opening Units allows the manual opening and disposal of bagged material under dust controlled conditions, with the added feature of an integral automatic waste bag compaction. The units can be attached to many types of ancillary equipment, e.g. screw conveyors, disk lifts etc.
Features
Simple Operation
Compact Unit
Empty sack automatically disposed of.
Standard unit can handle bag size up to 1000mm x 500mm x 250mm. Larger bag sizes on request.
Integral automatic waste bag compactor unit
Integral dust extraction init with direct feed back (optional).
Technical Specification
All mild steel construction, stainless steel or other coatings optional.
Waste Bag Compactor Motor 2.2Kw.
Optional Flame Proof / Explosion proof motors.
Motor and electrical specifications to suit client's requirements.

 
 
General Method of Operation
The operator opens the fully hinged, front opening door and places the bag onto the bag support grid. The bag on the support grid is cut manually by the operator and the contents of the bag discharged down a feed chute beneath the bag support grid.

When empty, the waste bag still inside the unit, is discharged by the operator to the rear, where it is automatically compacted into a waste receiving plastic bag. An integral dust extraction unit can be fitted from which pulsed materials are fed back into the system.


 
 
 
 
 
Morray Engineering Group, building quality equipment - in Britain
Morray Engineering Group, building quality equipment
- in Britain

Beltyne Engineering
Walthambury House, Cressing Farm, Witham Road, Cressing, Braintree, Essex CM77 8PD
Main Contact number: 01376 322722 (8:00 am until 5:00 pm, Mon-Fri ) Alternative Contact number: 01376 552020
e-mail: kevin@sfrpc.co.uk

W J Morray is a division of The Sack Filling and Robot Palletising Company Ltd.
Registered office Bury Lodge, Bury Road, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 1JA Registered number: 07705339

 
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