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Pneumatic Conveying Systems
The conveying or dosing of granular materials with the help of compressed air or different propellants is called pneumatic conveying or pneumatic transport. The working principle of the pneumatic conveying system is based on the logic of transmitting the kinetic energy of the compressed air flow to the granular product to be transferred.

In pneumatic transfer processes, each product transported with the help of compressed air is first mixed with air and then separated from the air. Mixing is done with the help of rotary valves (airlock), loading stations and venturi, while separation is carried out with the help of filters.

Unlike the conveying method of pneumatic transfer systems with the help of compressed air, the conveying systems realized by utilizing the power of the vacuum generated by the vacuum pump are also called vacuum pneumatic conveying systems.

Compressed air, which is the basic need of pneumatic conveying systems, is provided by side channel blowers, roots blowers or high flow fans depending on the capacity and flow rate of the air required by the system. Although pneumatic conveying systems seem to be mixing the product transferred with compressed air and then separating the product with the help of a filter, it is a work that requires a serious engineering work and experience.

The powders to be transported can gain high explosive properties under a certain pressure and temperature. Products such as sugar, flour and starch, which look extremely innocent, can become extremely dangerous products with faulty design and selection.


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