Pneumatic Conveying Systems

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In agricultural settings, pneumatic conveying can be used for the safe, effective, and sanitary transportation of harvested material like grain and corn. Read More…

Pneumatic Conveying Systems Pneumatic conveying systems offer companies an effective means by which their products can be moved without the risk of product damage, spilling, or other hazards.

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Belleville,NJ  |  800-822-8629

VAC-U-MAX is a premier custom pneumatic conveyors manufacturer of support equipment for conveying, batching and weighing materials. With our system your company’s product can move gently and quickly from point to point, with nothing in the way to impede the efficiency of its movement. Contact VAC-U-MAX today so they can find the perfect product for you.

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Monroe,NC  |  704-246-0900

Spiroflow Systems has more than 40 years of experience in the design, manufacture & installation of bulk material handling equipment & systems. Product innovation & a thorough understanding of customers’ needs & objectives keep Spiroflow at the forefront of the industry. Spiroflow Systems offers flexible screw, aero mechanical, pneumatic, tubular cable & chain drag conveyors as well as bulk bag fillers & dischargers, automatic bag placing & sealing, robotic palletizing & auxiliary equipment.

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Spiroflow Systems, Inc. $$$

Big Lake,MN  |  (763) 262-1200

Since 1946, Whirl-Air-Flow has been a leader in design, fabrication and service. Our pneumatic conveyors transport powders and dry granulars to one or more destination points. Our products serve a range of industries and are able to move flowable material. We have our own testing facility and also we provide customers with field support and services. If you would like more information please give us a call today!

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Whirl-Air-Flow Corporation $$$

Newark,DE  |  302-999-8000

Precision AirConvey Corp. (PAC) designs, manufactures and installs automated trim and scrap removal systems that capture waste at the source, quietly cut it into confetti and convey it directly to a baler, briquetter, dumpster or other container for easy recycling or disposal.

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Precision Airconvey Corp. $$$

Sewell,NJ  |  856-256-3175

Producer of pneumatic conveyors, conveyor systems and components for a variety of industries. Coperion offers a complete line of conveying equipment including rotary, diverter and shut-off valves; elutriators, railcar loading and unloading systems, pipe and silo accessories and blenders.

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Coperion Corporation $$$
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In oil refinement and other petrochemical-related processes, hazardous materials can sometimes be moved through pneumatic equipment more safely than they can by other means.

Bank drive-throughs often make use of pneumatic conveyor systems; a combination of compressors and vacuum pumps move containers back and forth between tellers and customers, which makes transactions quick and easy.

Pneumatic conveying systems require several components in order to function, and these components vary depending on each system's configuration. There are two main pneumatic conveyor configurations: dilute phase and dense phase.

Dilute phase conveyors force a stream of air or use a high-power vacuum to suspend objects in the air and move them through a channel. Dilute phase conveyors are often used for the transportation of fine powders and other collections of very small objects.

Dense phase conveyors use air streams or high-power vacuums to move objects as well, but they are not diluted by air or suspended in the channel. This method is used for the transportation of larger, more cohesive objects.

In order to generate the air pressures necessary to move solid objects, pneumatic conveying systems must be equipped with powerful air compressors and high-power vacuum generating equipment. Their channels must also be air-tight to ensure the sustainability of air pressure.

Because pneumatic conveyors use air pressures instead of mechanical force, they can be used to move products between floors, around awkward corners and in other ways that would be impossible for mechanical conveyors. This is true of both dilute and dense phase conveyors.

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