QToploader International is the only company that fully specialises
in engineering, production, installation and servicing of QToploader systems
- minimal energy consumption
- high reliability
- light construction
- fully emptying of silo
- bridging of material no problem
- all moving parts on top of material
- easy access for servicing
- minimal maintanance
- no in-ground structures
- high capacities
- very cost-effective investment
- full redundancy
woodchip and bark
sawdust and shredded wood
compost and peat
grain and pellets
coal and incinerator slags
glass and gypsum
combined heat and power
biomass boiler systems
energy from waste
standard for average applications
High Performance for high storage and dosing capacities
Heavy Duty for difficult applications
containerised system for light applications, including walls
for light applications
and limited capacities
for optimal use of building
for controlled mixing and conditioning
How does the QToploader work?
The QToploader is a fully automated storage and dosing system for bulky products. No front loader needed for a 24/7 operation.
The QToploader consists of a trolley that moves horizontally with an attached scraper construction that moves vertically up and down following the top of the product layer in the storage area.
The storage area is filled by an overhead conveying system or by a reversing trailer emptying directly into the storage area. During the filling of the storage bay by a trailer the QToploader stays in parking position for safety reasons. During filling by an overhead conveyor, the QToploader can continue dosing.
After filling, the QToploader trolley moves to the back of the storage area and starts scraping the product to the front of the storage area near the discharge conveying system. It starts to stack the product at the front end of the storage bay. It continues stacking until there is no more product to stack.
After stacking, the QToploader switches to dosing mode. It brings the product onto the discharge conveying system, which is placed at 90 degrees to the storage area. If the product needs to be dosed during stacking, this dosing has priority.
After discharging, the scraper arm is pulled up and the trolley moves backwards to the beginning of the remaining stockpile of material. There the scraper goes down again and the full cyclus starts again. When there is no demand for product, the QToploader stays idle in standby, ready for dosing.