The Mobibulk is a new and unique concept for unmanned temporary storage and handling of powdered bulk materials such as kaolin, cement, fly ash and plaster.

The silo construction, with a diameter of 9 meters, is equipped with a special double bottom construction with a flat ground plate, so that a low average ground pressure is obtained. This ensures that it can be placed on any wharf or surface on a sand bed, without the need for an expensive foundation.

Storage capacity of up to 3000 m³
The storage capacity of the silo, 750 to 3000 m³, is dependent on the diameter and the number of assembled parts. These components consist of a base part with disseminating base plate and associated equipment, a middle section and a roof section, equipped with dust collector and a safety against pressure in the silo during filling.

For larger storage capacity, silos can be linked together and can be controlled from a central silo. This results in achieving an excellent price / performance ratio over conventional storage methods.

Material throughput
The silo is pneumatically loaded from a bulk container or vessel and can be (with a small technical adjustment) loaded by means of a quay crane

For disseminating the bulk material, the lower part is equipped with a diagonal positioned screw conveyor which has a capacity of 150 tons / hour (cement) and a self-priming loading bellow.

Self-unloading base structure
An even outflow of the bulk material (mass flow) is guaranteed by the self-unloading base structure
specially developed for this application, containing several varying working aerators. Aging of the stored material is excluded too! (First in – first out principle).

In short, MOBI BULK is a in a very short time attainable and easy to (dis) assemble arrangement for temporary bulk storage with the great advantage that it can be installed anywhere thanks to its advanced base construction without any need for expensive concrete foundation

Once set up and connected to the 380V flow network, the MOBI BULK is entirely self-supporting