Friday, July 27, 2012

Bedding Cart for Mitsubishi Cement

Congratulations to Mitsubishi Cement - Lucerne Valley, CA for their purchase of a new Bedding Cart for their 16 ft kiln.

Bedding Cart's speed up bedding out larger kilns while providing a safe, ergonomic working
deck with stair steps for higher brick placement.

2,721 kg (6,000 lbs) capacity deck with large working space allowing room to stack brick

Big castors with kick brake for easy and fast movement of cart, brick, and tools as bedding brick is installed

Stair step ergonomically design reduces fatigue and increases productivity

Custom designed and engineered to meet needs of each plant


Bricking Solutions knows that efficient handling of refractory can make or break a relining project. The Bedding Cart not only allows for the movement of bedding refractory as the bedding process progresses, but provides stair steps to facilitate the placement of refractory to or just above the spring line on larger kilns. When bedding out the bottom half of a kiln, staging needs to be erected to provide a flat surface for the mason to place brick to or slightly above the spring line. The Bedding Cart also is a storage area for refractory and rolls up kiln as work progresses. Typically the staging needs to be redesigned and built for every outage.

         In addition, the deck is on wheels and holds one to two pallets of brick allowing the brick to move in conjunction with the work. A pre built bedding cart is a one time cost for a fixture that can be used over and over again whereas the standard method of erecting wood staging involves reoccurring cost of labor and material to build. In addition, bedding carts help increase the speed of refractory installation thus reducing outage time and increasing production. By providing a safe and ergonomically correct working platform for the masons, there is a reduction in fatigue and lost time accidents.

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