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Bulk Material Handling

Our experience with collision avoidance is made possible by the fact that QCA Systems is by far the most dominant Electrical Engineering/Automation Company in the Bulk Material Handling Industry in Western Canada. We have done work in this field for over 20 years. We have executed projects for the following companies in this region:

  • Neptune Terminals (Potash, Coal, Canola Oil, Phosrock, Agri)
  • Kinder-Morgan Terminals (Metal Concentrates, Sulfur, Agri Product, Diesel/Jet Fuel, Oil)
  • Westshore Terminals (Coal)
  • Ridley Terminals (Coal)
  • Global Container Terminals Canada (Container handling – Vanterm and Delta Port)
  • Puerto Drummond (Coal)
  • Pacific Coast Terminals (Sulfur)
  • Pacific Elevators (Grain)
  • Fiberco Exports (Wood Chips)
  • Vale, Long Harbor (Nickel)

QCA has extensive experience with large equipment in this field and have detailed knowledge of large conveyor systems from 400TPH to 8000TPH. We have designed systems and programmed all equipment associated with these facilities such as:

  • Overland Conveyors
  • Trippers
  • Indexers/Rotary Dumpers and Belly Dumpers
  • Ship Loaders
  • Stacker Reclaimers
  • Portal Reclaimers
  • Gate/Diverters
  • Surge Bins, Sampling Systems
  • Load Out Systems
  • Clam Shell Ship Unloaders
  • Travelling Hoppers
  • Belt Scales and Garner Scales, Legal for Trade scales
  • AEI Reader Systems (Rail Car Identification)
We have experience with running the following bulk materials
  • Coal, Metal Concentrates, Potash, Sulfur, Iron Ore, Grain + Many Agri Products, Aggregate, Wood Pellets, Gypsum
  • Crude Oil, Diesel + Jet Fuels, Canola Oil

We develop a wide variety of Automation Solutions Globally

• Bulk Material Stacker and Reclaimers
• Bulk Material Shiploaders
• Industrial Network Design and Implementation
• Complete Electrical house Engineering and Implementation
• PLC Upgrades

Our diversity of clients allows us to share the best practices in control strategies and automation technology.

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