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Pneumatic Conveying Companies and Manufacturers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of pneumatic conveying companies and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source pneumatic conveying companies with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate pneumatic conveying companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture pneumatic conveying products for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading pneumatic conveying companies. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for pneumatic conveying designs, pneumatic bulk conveyors, or pneumatic tube conveying systems.

  • Belleville, NJ 800-822-8629

    The pneumatic conveyor systems that we offer are top of the line and will not be beat by the competition! We specialize in pneumatic conveyors and you can trust that ours will not disappoint! We put all of our products through extensive rigorous testing in order to further ensure that we are bringing you the highest quality product possible! Contact our customer service division today to learn more about how we will benefit 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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  • Bristol, PA 609-265-0101

    Volkmann manufactures and distributes high quality, high-performance vacuum conveyors to transport food powders, chemicals, metal powders, granules, pellets, tablets, and other small components without damage or abrasion. Volkmann vacuum conveyors are simple to install and operate. Working with negative pressure below atmospheric conditions, they help keep the production environment clean and prevent material escape into the environment.

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  • St. Paul, MN 651-484-2900

    Dynamic Air Inc. custom designs and manufactures a complete line of pneumatic conveying systems for dry bulk granular materials. Our products include dense phase and dilute phase pneumatic conveying systems, mixers, bulk bag unloaders, bin dischargers, feeders, vibratory equipment and more. Our state-of-the-art test facility is available to perform full pneumatic conveying testing. All dry material characteristics are analyzed to determining their exact handling and product performance values.

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  • 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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  • Woodstock, ON 519-539-2054

    Established in 1959, Pneuveyor specializes in pneumatic conveying of dry bulk solids for the plastic chemical, mineral, food and pharmaceutical industries. The in-house engineering staff, product testing and manufacturing facilities are designed for a single source supply, integrating equipment manufactured by the Pneuveyor group of industries and offering considerable savings and economic benefits to present and future customers.

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Pneumatic Conveying

Pneumatic conveying is the process of moving objects with streams of compressed air or with powerful vacuums through an enclosed channel. The words “pneumatic conveying” can also refer to the use of pressurized air in tandem with a mechanical conveyor belt, but such methods are not as common as those employed in enclosed pneumatic conveying.

Industry is beset with challenges relating to logistics. Moving products is always a concern for manufacturers and distributors, and this concern is compounded in the case of very small, hard-to-manage products like granular fertilizer, silica and powders. If they are spilled or contaminated during transit, it can be very costly. Also, if the materials are hazardous, extra precautions must be made in order to prevent spills while they are transported. Pneumatic conveying is a safe and effective way of moving fine or powdery solids because the materials can be completely enclosed in conveyance channels as they are transported. Manufacturing operations, farms, distribution centers, chemical processing plants, petrochemical processors and a wide variety of other large-scale industrial operations can make use of pneumatic conveying for the movement of products.

The most common types of pneumatic conveying systems are dilute phase vacuum operation, dilute phase pressure operation, dilute phase pressure-vacuum operation, dense phase pressure operation and dense phase vacuum operation. Different applications call for different air conveyor varieties. Vacuum conveyor systems can feature multiple product inlets when equipped with diverter valves; the valves allow for the selective closure of inlets to minimize suction loss through inactive inlets. They can be effective as unloaders for this reason. But vacuum systems are less effective over long distances because of their low pressure generation capacity compared to compression systems. Dilute phase pressure systems can easily achieve a higher pressure differential (which is the difference in pressure between a pressurized enclosure and the natural pressure outside of the enclosure) than can most vacuum systems. Pressure-vacuum operation, which utilizes both methods, is useful for some conveying setups; railcar unloading is one example. In pressure-vacuum railcar unloading, the contents of a railcar are removed with a vacuum and then forwarded to their destination by a blower. In every application conveyor system configurations are chosen based on the properties of the products that will be moved through the system. Lower velocity bulk phase operation, for example, is often chosen for the transportation of highly abrasive products or for those prone to degradation, as they are less likely to cause damage or become damaged themselves when moved at low speeds.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

VAC-U-MAX Launches New Branding Campaign

BELLEVILLE, NJ USA (May 4, 2015) – VAC-U-MAX today announces the launch of a new integrated branding campaign focusing on its commitment and dedication to “Deliver More”— to its customers and the pneumatic conveying and industrial vacuum cleaning industries. The campaign centers around the VAC-U-MAX promise of delivering “Maximum" benefit to customers, in all areas. As a single-source for custom engineered bulk materials handling solutions, a full range of components, global service and support, and a 100% guarantee – VAC-U-MAX delivers more.  VAC-U-MAX’s pneumatic conveying division includes a full range of bulk material handling... Read More

VAC-U-MAX Fully-Equipped Test Facility Provides Pneumatic and Mechanical Bulk Materials Testing for Over 10,000 Powders and Bulk Materials for Batch, Continuous, Loss-in-Weight and Gain-in-Weight Processing

  BELLEVILLE, NJ USA – April 28, 2015 - VAC-U-MAX material test facility incorporates pneumatic and mechanical conveying equipment and automated systems tailored to bulk material characteristics, ensuring proper handling and processing of bulk materials. With application expertise in the handling of over 10,000 bulk materials including powders, flakes, granules, pellets, fibers, capsules, gel caps, tablets, and various other bulk materials, careful consideration is given in reviewing flow properties, product segregation, pneumatic conveying behavior, particle attrition and other particle properties like shape, size, and density. VAC-U-MAX fully-equipped material test facility... Read More