Young Industries offers two types of bulk bag unloading - the traditional bulk bag unloading frame with hoist, trolley and options for vibrating massage paddles and also a new concept in bulk bag unloading called The Stinger. The Stinger is quickly becoming the preferred method for handling very fine powders and other bulk solids as it has many advantages. These advantages are explained, below.
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Young manufactures some of the most advanced bulk bag systems in the world. The stations include very robust 4" square tube frames to ensure that the station will not collapse at the first accidental tap from a forklift. Our stations always include a heavy duty bulk bag support pan to ensure that the operator is not in danger while untying a bag.
The stations are custom designed to provide you with exactly the system you need for your application. Many options are possible.
How it works:
The bulk bag is moved into place and connected to the Stinger unit.
The operator, when ready to fill the process vessel turns on the Stinger unloader air control valve and the material is automatically metered into the mixer.
The operator can start, stop or change the flow rate of the discharging material at any time during the process.
The unique design of the Stinger unloader makes the discharge of products trouble-free without the use of hard-to-use flow aids. The Stinger elminates feed screws, vibrators, and other high maintenance devices.
Page Updated 8/9/2017