Conveying is considered the dumb part of fuel handling, where the value of fuel is not increased. A mere necessity. But we at BMH take it very seriously. Because at this stage a lot could go wrong. All joints and junctions, and obviously wear as well, could cause the material to get clogged or piled
up, causing costly breaks and downtime.
With BMH, those things just don’t happen. The key is to thoroughly know different fuels and environmental conditions. That will partly determine whether to apply belt, chain, tubular belt or screw conveyors or – if space is at a premium – bucket elevators. The idea is to minimise electricity consumption and maintenance costs and to maximise the lifetime.