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Pneumatic, Flexible Screw, or Aero-Mechanical Conveying: Pros & Cons

David Kennedy  (Business Development Manager, VAC-U-MAX)

Location: Room 2

Date: Tuesday, October 6

Time: 10:15am - 11:45am

Track: Track B: Bulk Solids Conveying

Vault Recording: TBD

The major focus areas of process industries include dry ingredient storage, handling, receipt & delivery of dry bulk material, either to the defined process or its final destination. This session will cover a wide range of Your process requires a conveying solution, but how do you choose between the available conveying technologies? This session will cover a range of topics to help you weigh your options. Topics will include:

  • The pros and cons of pneumatic, flexible-screw, vacuum & aeromechanical conveying
  • An understanding of application and process requirements, including gentle-handling, reliability, low rate vs high rate conveying, system footprints, particle interactions, conveying distances, cleanability, and versatility
  • Application-specific requirements and custom solutions for automating conveying systems
  • How to maximize process efficiency and minimize hazards while stepping up production capacities to meet rising demand and other challenges