Everything You Need to Know About Air Conveying Systems

25-08-2022

Conveying systems are an efficient technology that is used by many industries to store and transport dry bulk materials.

These systems may store and move a variety of goods, including grains, coffee beans, small plastic items, dry dairy, and more.

We provide a comprehensive analysis of air conveying systems in this article so that you can see which products will work best for your company.

An Overview of Conveying Systems

The movement of bulk solids through a pipe using a positive or negative air stream is known as pneumatic conveying, commonly referred to as air conveying. How does it function?

Air conveying requires:

  • A pressure difference that moves air.
  • A mass of air moving at a high speed propels objects quickly enough to overcome frictional forces.
  • Gas to solid kinetic energy transfer.

Air conveying capacity depends on:

  • The bulk density of the product. This is the weight of the product's transporting particles.
  • The amount of energy required to move air throughout the entire system. The air force required to transport the product through the system is this.
  • The width of the conveys line. The size of your product will determine the line diameter, which is the measurement of the pipe system used to carry it.
  • How long the convey queue is. The line length is the distance a product travels through a system before exiting it.

Advantages of air conveying

  • It is not necessary to convey in a straight line.
  • The system has a single conveyor that can transport goods across large distances.
  • The entire system is enclosed.
  • Conveyors are hygienic and simple to maintain.
  • Operating them is secure.
  • Air Conveyors are less likely to catch fire or explode, and they require little maintenance.

Applications of air conveying systems

The following are some of the different applications for air conveying systems:

  • Releasing gas.
  • Combining air amplifiers with air-driven conveyors.
  • Hoop loading
  • Trimming removal
  • Filling processes.
  • Transmission of materials.
  • Ingredients in food.
  • Coal.
  • Grain.
  • Scrap.
  • Chemicals used in corrosive or abrasive goods and fumes.

air conveying system

How do I select an air conveying system?

The factors to consider are:

  • Material properties: Take into account the properties of the substance that needs to be shifted or eliminated. What are the melting point, abrasiveness, friability, cohesiveness, static charge, explosiveness, bulk density, moisture content, and other characteristics of the particles?
  • Conveying distance: What is the pipe's entire length and whether it vertical or horizontal?
  • Available air velocity and pressure.
  • Transfer capacity: This contains the characteristics of the material and the transfer distance.
  • Transfer rate: The frequency and speed at which the material must be transferred.
  • Energy Consumption: Availability of compressed air supply.

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