Pneumatic Conveying System

Dense Phase Pneumatic Conveying System

Pneumatic conveying is nothing more than creating a pressure differential along a pipeline and moving a bulk material along with the air as the air moves towards the area of lower pressure. This can be done with a vacuum inducer, or with compressed air being injected into one end of or along the pipeline.

Dense Phase Pneumatic Conveying System is the best technology to convey a Bulk Solid Material which can convey most of the Bulk Material available in different sizes and different specification and in different atmospheres also.

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The features and benefits of Dense Phase Pneumatic Conveying system is simply endless. Following are the key feature & benefits.

Key Features of Phase Pneumatic Conveying system:

  • Full Automatic control system
  • Long distance conveying capability-System can be designed to convey up to 1-1.5km.
  • Low to high capacity conveying capability.
  • Materials from fine dust to lump of approx 50 mm.
  • High temperature capability (Up-to 450ยบ C)
  • Capable to convey highly abrasive to corrosive chemicals.

Key Benefits of Dense Phase Pneumatic Conveying System:

  • Environmental Protection. As conveying material is transported through enclosed pipeline, negates all chances of environmental pollution.
  • Economic- low energy requirement. Materials to air ratio is below 25: 1.
  • Easy to install. Economy in space requirements and can be easily routed through difficult area.
  • Easy to overhaul. Low maintenance cost.
  • Fully automatic.
  • Flexibility of routing in existing or new plant.
  • Dome valve is the only moving part, resulting in zero down time.

Merits of The Dense Phase Technology Over Other

  • Dense Phase operation (with its relatively low velocities) is preferable as the conveyed material do not degrades easily or is highly abrasive.
  • Dense phase conveying system can handle high through puts over long distances while requiring smaller line sizes than either dilute-phase or vacuum conveying.
  • Operating, labor and maintenance requirements are lower, because there are virtually no moving parts.
  • Easily fluidized products, the power consumption is lower when operating in the dense phase.
  • Applications range from food to poison, from light fumed silica to heavy powdered metals.