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The Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation launched the car dumper of the "Eastern Port"

The head of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Dietrich, started the work of new equipment at the third stage of the terminal of the "Eastern Port" in Primorye. The complex, launched under the WEF, is designed for environmentally safe coal unloading. It includes two tandem car dumpers, capable of simultaneously unloading four gondola cars with coal with a total cargo capacity of up to 300 tons.

As the press service of the JSC "Eastern Port" reports, one unloading cycle takes 2,5 minutes. The technology assumes that the loaded carload of gondola is fixed on the platform of the car dumper, which for 90 seconds tilts to 160 degrees, loading coal into underground bunkers as high as a six-story house. The damage to the rolling stock is eliminated, since the gondola car holds the private walls and hydraulic jaws.

The closed complex of car dumper, operating now in the "East Port", unloads more than 1,4 thousand wagons per day. This optimizes the transportation of Russian Railways and increases the commodity turnover with coal consumers in the Asia-Pacific Region. The object that is being built on the third line is similar to the current one. Supply and installation of equipment is handled by the Japanese corporation Marubeni Corporation. Two car dumpers cost 7 million dollars.