Bucket conveyors, Mechanical Engineering

Bucket conveyors are used to moves the granular powdered or liquid materials. The buckets may be mounted on a chain or a belt. The movement may be vertical or flat. The vertical movement may be continuous wherein buckets are hooked in a sequential circular manner or discrete where buckets are hooked for lifting.

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