The reclaim bridge is located at ground level and moves into the pile as it reclaims. Simultaneously, a harrow agitates the reclaiming face of the pile, fluidizing the material.
A large diameter screw catches all the falling material, transfers it to the centre area, where it drops through a conical chute onto the reclaim belt. This belt passes under the pile and emerges beyond the edge, maintaining the circular base of the pile without interruption. Our slip rings are integrated into the rotating parts of the stacker and enables it to rotate freely with 360° rotation whilst still sending power, signals and data throughout the application.
We can design the slip rings according to any requirements like size, number of circuits, rings, hollow shaft, operating speed and temperature range. Our slip rings can handle data signals such as Profinet, CAN-bus or 1GB Ethernet. Slip Rings can be designed to IP66 and be equipped with internal heater. If needed, Penlink’s engineers and slip ring experts are available to help you with design choices and suggestions.