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bucket elevators | u series | universal industries inc

bucket elevators | u series | universal industries inc

U Series bucket elevators utilize a single trunk casing and are built with thicker steel to handle corrosive, abrasive and hostile materials. When the elevator experiences extreme temperatures and/or additional harsh material characteristics, Universal Industries, Inc. offers chain instead of belt for various U Series Elevators.

Each U Series model offers an EASY DUMP capacity rating that utilizes gravity discharge techniques to reduce product damage. After product is transferred into the elevator, the buckets travel up at a low rate of speed and then slowly tilt over the head pulley to allow the product to gently cascade down into the discharge housing. This continuous cycle provides a smooth flow of material with minimal damage.

Each of our elevators can reach a range of different capacities and speeds, while offering similar accessories and options for each one. Available in powder coated carbon, stainless, or galvanized steel with buckets available in HDPE, carbon steel, nylon and urethane.

Since 1906, Universal Industries, Inc. has been striving to manufacture quality & reliable equipment serving the bulk material handling industry. Our decades of knowledge and experience in the industry has allowed us to design and engineer products that create significant value for our customers.

Universal Industries, Inc. designs and manufactures bucket elevators / grain legs, slider belt conveyors, idler bed conveyors, continuous cup elevators, and grain & commodities equipment that is suitable for a wide variety of industries and materials.

how to estimate bucket capacity | paladin attachments

how to estimate bucket capacity | paladin attachments

Volume = Cross Sectional Area x Length We all know that the volume is calculated by multiplyingWidth x Height x LengthorArea of the end x Length. But what if the area is not a simple geometric shape, or in the case of Heavy Equipment Buckets, how do you define the shape for the volume to be calculated? The total amount of material carried by a bucket is the amount inside the bucket plus the amount piled on top of it. This is called theHeapedorRated Capacity. The amount of material piled on top of the bucket, (heap), is determined by the angle of repose of the material being handled. The Society for Automotive Engineers,SAE, for purposes of creating a standard for comparatively rating buckets, has defined two different angles of repose:

Of course, ifActual Capacityis being calculated for a specific bucket to handle a specific material for which an actual angle of repose is known, then the actual angle of repose is substituted. Calculating the capacity of odd-shaped objects was not an easy task before the use of computers and CAD drafting came into common use. The formal method involved breaking the shape down into geometric shapes, calculating the area of each them and adding all the areas together for the total cross-sectional area. Alternately, a planimeter was used to directly measure it. Today, if sufficient information is available to duplicate the shape with a computer CAD program, the area of any shape can be accurately calculated in a few seconds.

5.Group bits and pieces of partial squaresto add up to whole squares. Count up all the additional squares that are made up of all the small pieces. (Try to be accurate but don't go overboard with this exercise. Where some squares might be a little underfilled, others will be over, canceling out the error.) In this illustration, we have 52 squares so the cross-sectional area of this load is 52 square feet.

Volume is:52 sq. ft. x 12.33 feet = 641.33 cu. ft.Or expressed as Cubic Yards is641 / 27 = 23.7 Yards3Where this method has only applied the angle of repose in two dimensions, theSAE Standard Formulaapplies it in three. Therefore experience tells us that the actual rated capacity of this bucket will be closer to:23 or 23.25 Yd3.

bucket elevators | equipment catalog

bucket elevators | equipment catalog

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