Alminco Quickduster represents one our finest heritage product offerings. Customers describe the Alminco Quickduster as a versatile solution, featuring adaptations to take advantage of underground equipment such as loaders, mine vehicles and longwall chock carriers
Improvements added to the new version Quickduster:
- A robust augur feed located in the bottom of the dust hopper to convey dust to the spinners, which are set 2m apart at the outer limits of the machine for the most extensive coverage possible.
- In addition our dust spinner assembly is easily removeable and replaceable.
- All hydraulic hosing and components are located outside of the dust hopper and all hydraulic motors positioned within the frame of the Quickduster for added protection.
- Our Quickduster is available with QDS, RAS or KAT atachment interfaces on request and the entire Quickduster unit can be transported (not operated) via a forklift.
- A low clearance height and compact width with ingenious guardings for all mechanical moving parts - ensuring Quickduster is MDG compliant and in compliance with Australian Standards.
- Alminco will offer both a 1.5T and 4T Quickduster with associated service plans, genuine parts and accessibility to hire this product in 2011.
- Alminco have an existing Quickduster hire fleet for any immediate requirements.
Alminco Quickduster Benefits:
- Hydraulic Operation: Alminco Quickduster unit operates off the vehicles hydraulics. Stone dust is fed into the hydraulic spinner motors via the flight bar conveyor. Alminco’s Quickduster spinner motors are utilised to throw the dust onto the rib, roof and floor.
- Economic: Compare more than favourably on price to other stone dusting systems.
- Smooth Operation: Clogging and bonding are problems of the past, our Alminco Quickduster is a leading solution offering an efficient discharge of dust at a great price.
- Stone dust (calcium carbonate) is fed into hydraulic spinner motors via the flight bar conveyor situated at the bottom of the hopper.
- The spinner motors are used to throw the dust onto the roof, rib and floor of the roadway as the prime mover reverses up the roadway, against the flow of ventilation.