ICL site photos collage

Bulk Handling (Thames Wharf)

Photo of the ICL jetty with Swiewertel crane When Industrial Chemicals purchased it’s premises at West Thurrock in Essex, it not only acquired a very versatile 60 acre industrial site, but being situated on the River Thames and having one of the deepest jettys in the Greater London area ICL also found itself In a strategic and advantageous position for the loading and discharge of bulk materials being transported via river or ocean going vessels.

Siwertell 15 000 S:

Mounted on a semitrailer the 15 000 S unit is port mobile or road mobile and suitable for ships up to about 15,000 dwt. The unit is permanently based for Industrial Chemicals use, but is available for mobile applications on enquiry. The unit is designed for dust free offloading, using integral dust extraction systems.

The unloading capacities range from about 200t/h up to 550t/h (550t/h is valid for the 15 000 S unit when unloading cement). Among the commodities handled are Sodium Sulphate and Aluminium TriHydroxide.

Double Boom Level Lufting Crane

48 tonne capacity Jack craneIndustrial Chemicals Ltd have recently installed a Double Boom Level Lufting crane at our West Thurrock site, located on the River Thames. The new 48 tonne capacity crane, "Jack", is capable of grab or hook transfers to and from sea going vessels for many applications and is currently the largest available crane of its type situated on The Thames. Dependent upon materials transferred, capacities achieved can be approaching 500 tonnes per hour.