Mobile stacker cranes are used for efficient logistics processes on construction sites. Transporting material directly from the crushing or screening plant to a dedicated stockpile means that additional material movement by wheel loaders can be avoided. This reduces operating costs and increases operational reliability and efficiency.
How it works
The Mobile Stacking Conveyor Tripper (MSCT) travels along the top chords of the MSC. The tripper “trips,” or transfers, material onto the cross-Conveyor Belt and discharges the material onto the stack. The cross conveyor is bi-directional and designed to advance-stack (where the MSC travels on top of the stack that it is creating) and/or retreat-stack (where the MSC travels in front of the stack that it is creating).
We have engineered the MSCT and cross conveyor to provide an adequate setback from the stack edge for advance stacking, as well as keeping the crawler track back from the advancing toe of the stack embankment during retreat stacking.
In situations where the newly stacked material may have an unstable embankment, the mobile spreader is used in series with the MSC to afford an added safety factor to the setback on the advance-stack.
Belt width mm
Maximum capacity m3/h
Belt speed m/s
Standard length m
Maximum inclination angle°
Telescopic length m
Structural composition of stacker
1-Hydraulic lifting system 2-Front wheel walking device 3-Hydraulic outriggers 4-Hydraulic station system 5-Base 6-Electrical control box 7-Tail wheel rotation device 8-Tow bar 9-Maintenance platform 10-Hopper 11 -Main belt conveyor 12-Wire rope traction device 13-Telescopic belt conveyor
The included angle of the stacker can be controlled between 4 degrees and 20 degrees.