New reclaimer into the US market

May 15, 2024

World Grain – Supplier News

REGENCY PARK, AUSTRALIA — KE Agri International is launching a new reclaimer for unloading grain in the United States in mid-2024.

The BunkerSweeper600 is designed to make reclaiming grain from temporary storage, grain piles or sheds, directly into road trucks quick and easy, reducing operating costs for grain distributors and handlers, with its superior safety features making it the safest reclaimer machine in the market.

The BunkerSweeper600 by KE Agri International will be introduced in the United States.

“Our new model reclaimer is self-propelled (using hydraulic drives), which meets the needs of operators seeking an alternative to using front-end loaders or other less efficient mobile plant to recover products from open stacks and piles or from shed storages,” said Jason Kilic, managing director of KE.

“Its maneuverability, one-person operation and suitability to handle all grains, including corn, oilseeds and pulses makes it a valuable addition to agribulk handling operators across the globe, with remote control modern, automation ready technology a key feature of the new machine,” he said. The self-propelled unit has a capacity of 600 tonnes per hour (tph) (wheat at 800 kgm-3) or 22,000 bushels equivalent and can be used to direct feed into road trucks or into other portable conveyors to outload product from the storage pile, providing additional flexibility for the operator.

“Its swing conveyor offers multi-directional feed, while hydraulic steering, the ability to have its height adjusted to allow for various ground levels and pneumatic tires providing stability and traction are other features of the new reclaimer,” Kilic said.

The BunkerSweeper600 is compact, which enables it to be easily driven on and off a flattop trailer and transported from site to site as a standard semi-trailer load in most jurisdictions.

World Grain, May 2024

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