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Oil Shear Brakes Speed Loading of Oceangoing Vessels
January 25, 2022
For Paul Revere it was one if by land, two if by sea. But for the team at Roseburg Forest Products, they primarily focus their sights on land, taking wood chips from truck or train before loading them onto sea-going vessels at their Coos Bay Shipping Terminal. The facility, located at the port of Coos Bay in Oregon, uses pneumatic conveyers to intake chips around the clock and load vessels upwards of 19 hours a day during peak season. To produce around the clock, Roseburg Forest Products relies on a handful of brakes that power their mission critical systems.