The unloading equipment you use can affect on-site productivity, safety, and even how much unloading costs. This makes selecting the right equipment paramount for success. To help you choose railcar unloading equipment that meets your needs and gets the job done, read about these four key purchasing considerations.
If you’re working in an area with limited space, the size of the equipment matters. Oversized and unwieldy equipment may not fit in cramped spaces, so look for equipment that’s built to be maneuverable and space-saving.
What Are You Unloading?
This is a crucial question to ask when choosing railcar unloading equipment. You need equipment that can accommodate your product and unload it quickly with minimal material loss. To choose a transloader that suits your needs, look for one that can handle your material, has a rate of flow that exceeds what you need, and, ideally, features an enclosed system to limit displacement.
It’s no secret that working with large, heavy equipment can be dangerous. The equipment you select should be sturdy and built with various safety features to ensure your crew can use it with peace of mind.
The more versatile the equipment, the better. Versatile transloaders are ones that easily move from location to location and can handle a variety of environmental conditions and materials with ease. This allows you to use them whenever, wherever, and for whatever you need, with zero or minimal limitations.
At Cambelt, we provide a wide variety of high-quality products for miners, farmers, and more. Our Scorpion® railcar transloader is a versatile, state-of-the-art solution to all your railcar unloading needs. With a low profile, impressive flow rate, and an enclosed system built to minimize material loss, the Scorpion® meets a range of needs. Shop our transloader systems today or contact us with any questions.