Diverter flaps are used to divert material from a baler when the baler is under maintenance or faulty to avoid production delays or when the processed material can be shipped out loose. ANIS can design and build diverter flaps to suit customer needs.
Diverter flap cylinders can be driven from the baler hydraulics supply or manually.
In practice, a conveyor belt installed directly above the feeding hopper is also used to divert the material, which is a very efficient option, but slightly more expensive.
ANIS can design and supply feed hoppers integrated with shredders, tipping devices, air conveying systems, etc. – to suit all types of material throughput.