Started by ampersand, December 10, 2020, 04:42:53 PM
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Quote from: Leartin on December 10, 2020, 06:02:14 PMIf you check your british link, you'll see that they are talking a lot about granular materials - powder is only handled in the last paragraph. The German link is about a "Staubgutwagen", which is indeed for powder.
Quote from: Leartin on December 10, 2020, 06:02:14 PMI'm not a native english speaker, so I don't know what's wrong about "Pourable Goods", but if it has to go, I'd suggest "Granular Goods" rather than powder.
QuotePowdery materials such as flour, cement, salt and slate powder...
QuoteOptimized for the transportation of pulverized lignite (hazardous goods) and powder products with a bulk density of approx. 0.5 t/m³.Sample products: Plastic granulate, cereal flour, bleaching earth, kaolin, aluminum silicate, soda (light).
Quote from: ampersand on December 10, 2020, 08:33:31 PMTherefore I only wanted to draw attention to the last paragraph of the link you mentioned, as the beginning ones refer to granular goods, which are off the topic of powder. Unfortunately could not find any exemplificatory text on powder exclusively, sorry for mixing that in the topic of powder.
Quote from: makie on December 10, 2020, 10:40:38 PMLink 1. (DE and EN)It is for granulate and powder, but why not for cement? Cement, it wights 2.5 t for 1 m3, it is too heavy for this wagon.
Quote from: makie on December 10, 2020, 06:48:13 PMSilo vehicles are unloaded with compressed air through a hose, so they must be closed. Otherwise the whole area would become dusty. It doesn't matter whether it is powder or granular,, the goods just have to be suitable for this efficient type of unloading.