Design principles of long-distance mine conveyors
In the design process of long-distance belt conveyors, in line with the principle of improving equipment reliability and reducing project cost, while considering topographical conditions, installation difficulty, operability of maintenance, power supply and water supply layout, civil engineering and other factors, Long-distance belt conveyors are mainly arranged along flat river valleys, avoiding villages and towns, existing buildings, steep mountains, waters, and areas with harsh geological conditions as much as possible along the way, while minimizing the occupation of arable land and not destroying the local ecological environment.
Most of the conveyor system adopts the form of steel structure overhead trestle, crossing valleys, highways, rivers and other facilities along the way, and its overhead height meets the boundary requirements set by the state, and does not affect the construction of original facilities and road traffic. The belt conveyor is sealed with color steel plates throughout the entire process, and the materials are conveyed without exposure, and are not affected by weather conditions such as rain, wind, and snow, and avoid dust and noise pollution. The transportation system is equipped with transfer stations, driving station houses and substations, which are located as close to the road as possible and near the intersection with the existing road, which is convenient for installation, transportation and daily maintenance.