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Pneumatic Conveyors Boost Efficiency

March 02, 2010
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The Pneumatic Conveying Systems streamline dilute phase handling of dry bulk solids and provide reliable dust control. The company offers components for customizing and improving new or existing pneumatic conveying operations, including pressure, vacuum, and combination systems to best meet the customers’ needs. Positive Displacement Blower Packages feature heavy-duty frames and adjustable motor bases, as well as inlet and outlet silencers for a quieter working environment, indoors or out. The company’s Machined Airlocks are built for the high-pressure, heavy-duty demands of dilute phase conveying – with fabricated steel rotors and rugged cast housings of carbon or stainless steel. They are available with optional blow-thru adapters to fit specific line sizes and system configurations. Self-contained Bag Dump Stations are ideal for adding minor ingredients and have a built-in fan, pulsejet cleaning, and cartridge filters for thorough and efficient dust removal. Bin Vents filter out the product dust and debris captured in conveying air as it is vented from storage bins or silos. They utilize pulse jet action to keep pneumatic systems running clean and in compliance with local air quality standards. Receivers are designed for installation at the end-point of pneumatic conveying where they collect conveyed materials and airborne particles and direct them through an airlock to their final destination or into mechanical handling systems. Receivers are available in AVR Side Bag Removal or ART Top Bag Removal models. Each are robustly built for high pressure/vacuum operation and feature tangential inlets, compressed-air pulse jet cleaning of filter media, and hopper sections that can be customized to handle specific bulk materials. Each Receiver is engineered for its application and comes properly sized and outfitted with the filter media best suited for its operating environment and dust collection objective.
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