3. The Bags are then loaded onto the Feeding Belt Conveyor. At the end of the Feeding Belt Conveyor, a turning table is receiving the Bags and brings them to another auxiliary Conveyor which loads them onto the boom belt.
4. The boom belt then discharges the Bags into a stainless steel telescopic spiral chute allowing them to slide down. The boom belt acts as an accumulator of Bags at the bottom of the spiral chute.
5. Then, a second turning table located at the bottom of the spiral chute dispatches the Bags onto the Telescopic Delivery Conveyor.
6. Finally, the Delivery Conveyor which is manually controlled disposes the Bag at the right location of the hold. The Delivery Conveyor is equipped with a detachable Conveyor that can be added depending upon the distance at which the Bags have to be laid down in the ship hold. The Delivery Conveyor outreach ranges from 2.6meters (fully retracted) to 8.2 meters (fully extended with an additionnal Conveyor)