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Overland Conveyor System (OLCs)

As the advanced facilities of the coal haul road, OLC facilities to transport coal to the conveyor system from the locations at the end of the dumping of coal haul road leading to stockpile in the area Tersus. This system design capacity of 3,000 tonnes per hour of transport equipped with dumping station across the coal port that can accommodate the coal transported by truck through the Road 5. The coal stockpile existing facilities can accommodate 15,000 tons (natural) and can be expanded to 75,000 tonnes. Detailed design of the overland conveyor system are described in the following table:

Basic Data Energy Conservation Belt Common Belt
Design Capacity Q (t / h) 3000
Belt Width B (m) 1.4
Speed V (m / s) 5.6
Length L (m) 1 200
Lifts H (m) -20
Material Density T / M3 0835
Driving Type Four in the head, one for standby, tow-in tail, one for standby
Belt Type ST (N / mm) ST 2500 ST 3500
Belt Safety Factor 7:26 7:17
Idler Dia. / Shaft Dia. D * d (mm) ?194 * 35
Distance between carrying idlers m 2
Distance between the return idlers m 4
Motor Power P (kw) 4x1000 (two is standby) 4x1320 (two is standby)
Motor Qua. 4 (two is standby)
Driving Layout See The Drawing Before
CST CST - 1000K CST - 1120K
Ration 19 635 19 714
The Dia. Of Driving Pulley mm 1400 ?
Take Type Tower & Winch


Overland Conveyor System

Overland Conveyor System

Overland Conveyor System



Barge Loading Conveyor System (BLCs)

In order to achieve the target of coal production to 15 million tons per year, then in the area of ??special port facilities have been built barge loaders with conveyor system (Barge Loading Conveyor System). Facilities that stretches from the coast up to 873 meters of the coast juts into the sea (Indian Ocean) has a barge loader that allows for the loading of coal to a maximum of 8,000 DWT barge with a speed of 4,500 tonnes per hour.

Barge Loading Conveyor System

Barge Loading Conveyor System

Barge Loading Conveyor System


The construction barge loading conveyor consists of the following facilities:

  • Coal handling facilities, are part of this system that consists of:
    • Stacking conveyor, 1600 mm, 4000 Tph
    • Reclaim conveyor, 1200 mm, 1500 Tph
    • Two chain feeder @ 1000 Tph
    • Metal detector
    • Cross Belt Sampler
    • Tripper
    • Barge Loader Conveyor, 1600, 4500 Tph
  • Trestle

    This facility is a bridge that connects the beach with jetty (dock) in the direction of the sea. The width of the trestle can be accessed by light vehicles (light vehicle) until the end of the jetty and equipped with handrail and light enough to support operational activities at night.

  • Jetty Platform

    Jetty or pier built to position the barge loader with a capacity of 4,500 Tph loading system using a twin-arm Barge Travelling-loader that allows to perform loading without the need to maneuver on the barge / barge. Loader will move parallel to the barge and coal will be poured out on the barge evenly from bow to stern. Jetty is designed to be lean barge capacity of 8,000 DWT on both sides, and fitted with handrails and lights in order to operate at night.

  • Berthing Dolphin

    To simplify operational processes and maintenance of BLCs, jetty has been designed for four units berthing dolphin on both sides of the jetty is equipped with pneumatic fenders, which will dampen the blow of the barge to the dolphin. Specifications pneumatic fenders are used is the diameter of 2,500 mm, 5,500 mm long and 2,560 KNM rated reacted force. At berthing dolphin in the outer portion mounted winch and mooring bollard used to assist the process barge docked to the jetty. To facilitate the operations of each berthing dolphin then associated with a jetty by using the catwalk.

  • Mooring Doplhine

    BLCS facility is equipped with two mooring dolphin at both sides behind the jetty and two mooring dolphin (incorporated) in front of the jetty towards the sea and mounted winch and bollard at each mooring dolphin. Mechanism pressed barge mooring system Winch done, which is a system that can assist the process barge docked to the jetty with mooring lines tossed from berthing dolphin to the barge, not vice versa.

Terminal Support Facilities Special

To support the operational activities in the area of ??coal transport coal Tersus, then the construction of supporting facilities in port as follows:

  • Construction of offices, mess, and cafeteria employees

    Office in the port is used as an operational office Port Operation Division to manage the operational activities in this particular port for 24 hours each day. Mess employees built in the back office as a place to rest the employee with a capacity of 50 employees. To support the performance of employees in carrying out their duties is provided canteen.

  • Development Mushalla

    Mushalla built as employees carry out worship. There are 2 mushalla at the port with the location near the mess of employees and in the field to support employees who are doing the work.

  • Construction of houses gensets

    The house generator using CAT 3516 4 generator models and a capacity of 4 x 1825 Kva / 1460 kW, 400 V, 50 Hz, 1500 rpm, max load of 80% is built as a primary resource to support the passage of the operational use of the overland conveyor and the barge loader conveyor .

  • The construction of wastewater treatment unit

    The construction of wastewater treatment unit built in the harbor area was built as a facility that discharges water from port operations do not adversely affect the environment. This facility was built with a design flow: 60 m3 / day, Influebt BOD: 300 mg / Lt, and effluent BOD: 20 mg / Lt.

  • Development workshop and warehouse

    To support the operational activities of the port diarea built workshop as a means for repair shop tools or equipment during the company's operations. In addition it also built warehouses covering an area of ??0032 ha as a storage material to be used in operations.

  • Development settling pond

    The facility was built as a means to pengelolahan stockpile of waste water from the drainage so that water produced does not have any impact on the environment.

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