Slurry tankers

The largest range of slurry spreaders available on the market

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Vacu-Storm

VACU-STORM system
A combination of pumps has been developed:
one VACUUM pump for filling;
one centrifugal STORM pump for emptying/feeding the rear implement.

The vacuum system (Jurop PN 155 and PNR 155 which offer a flow up to 10,000 l / min),creates an atmospheric pressure difference in order to fill the tanker.
The STORM system pushes the slurry out of the pump thanks to the centrifugal power, created by the rotation of a propeller around an eccentric pump housing.

Advantages
VACUUM :
✓Efficiently integrated on the drawbar
✓Well suited to all pumping situations (in pit, off-pit, funnel, ...)
✓Possibility to add a turbo-filler
Vacu-Storm
Advantages
STORM :
✓ The centrifugal pumping system designed by JOSKIN certainly reaches the highest flows (up to 10,000 l/min)
✓ Ideally placed under the tank
✓ Reducing of the maintenance to a minimum
✓ Well adapted to spreading on large widths
✓ Possibility of adding an electronic flow meter
Vacu-Storm
Vacu-Storm
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Vacuum

Vacuum Pumping System
The vacuum system uses the atmospheric pressure to fill the tank (thanks to the pressure difference). To empty the tank, the slurry is blown out under pressure. By creating a vacuum (depression), there is a pressure difference allowing to suck slurry in the tank. When spreading, the principle is reverse. The tank is set under pressure by the pump, which allows to send the slurry out of the tank.

Advantages
✓ Price/efficiency ratio
✓ Limited wear (no slurry in the pump)
✓ Low maintenance costs
✓ User-friendly system
Vacuum
With vanes and lubrication
  • Pump system with mobile vanes
  • Driven by eccentric rotor
  • Deflecting valve to direct the air flow in order to suck or spread
  • Lubrication necessary. Forced lubrication system (drop by drop) on each pump delivered by JOSKIN
Vacuum
Lobe rotors - no lubrication
  • Vacuum model with high capacity
  • Two volumetric rotors with lobes instead of vanes
  • Depression in the tank thanks to the rotation of the lobes
  • No lubrication since there is no contact between the mobile parts
  • No wear nor polluant emissions
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Garda

GARDA System
The GARDA system is based on the combination of a vacuum pump and a centrifugal pump. The vacuum pump can be used to fill and empty the tank, while the centrifugal pump can only be used to empty by means of a spreading canon.

Advantages
  • Emptying through spreading gun to spread on very uneven grounds while the tanker remains on a flat area
  • Irrigation works possible
Garda system
Garda
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Lobe pump

Pumping System with Lobe Pump
The pumping system with lobe pump makes use of two lobe rotors. The rotation of the lobes creates a vacuum on the suction side, which is determined by the rotation direction. This vacuum then attracts the slurry in the pump housing. Then, the slurry is driven by the lobes, goes along the pump wall and is spread. When the lobes are at standstill, the pump is almost watertight.

Advantages
  • Higher speed when filling/emptying (according to pump flow)
  • Possibility to pump thick slurries
  • Compatible with very long pipes (pumping or spreading tool)
  • Pumping possible up to 3,5m deep
  • Standard equipment for mixing and transfer from pit to pit
  • Perfectly linear flow
  • Pressure at the exit above 1 bar for a good distribution on high working width
Lobe pump
Lobe pump
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Storm

STORM Centrifugal Pumping System
The STORM system sends the slurry out of the pump thanks to the centrifugal power created by the rotation of a screw around an eccentric pump housing. In order to fill in the tank, the STORM tankers are standard proposed with an upper opening, but they also can be combined with another centrifugal pump (DUAL-STORM) or vacuum pump (VACU-STORM).

Advantages
  • Very hign and linear slurry flow
  • Limited wear and low maintenance costs
  • Possibility to pump thick slurries
  • Low risk of cavitation
  • Pressure at the exit above 1 bar for a good distribution on high working width
Storm system
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Spiral pump

Pumping System with Spiral Pump
The spiral pump system makes use of a rotor with screw to suck and spread slurry. The rotation of the screw inside the stator then creates a series of hermetic chambers which move along the suction/discharge axis, resulting into suction and discharge. A quick priming is necessary for this type of pump.

Advantages
  • Higher speed when filling/emptying (according to pump flow)
  • Possibility to pump thick slurries
  • Compatible with very long pipes (pumping or spreading tool)
  • Pumping possible up to 3,5m deep
  • Standard equipment for mixing and transfer from pit to pit
  • Pressure at the exit above 1 bar for a good distribution on high working width
Spiral pump
Spiral pump
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