ANAPAK dilute phase pneumatic transport systems low air ratios and low pressures are used. In general air ratio is 1-15 and the speed is between 15-30 m/s. Dust and granule solid materials are carried in the pipe as a suspension, vertically and horizontally.
Dilute phase transport, positively and negatively, transfers products from one to several points or from several points to one or more points. Their main components are vacuum pump, rotary or suction apparatus, discharge point filtering system, carrying pipes and manual – automatic optional automations. ANAPAK has a long years of knowledge accumulation on pneumatic transfer. You can contact us for any complex problems.
To transfer in pressurized dilute phase system, fan or blower up to maximum 1 bar pressure are used. On final arrival target automatic cleaning pulse jet filter is used to separate air and product. Positive transport systems consist of positive displacement blower, product feed rotary, transfer pipes and filtering equipment. Product is injected to the pipeline as packages or continuously. Product reaches to the target location as a suspension. ANAPAKS dilute phase transfer systems are installed between 500 kg to 1 tons per hour capacity.
VACUUM SYSTEM DILUTE PHASE TRANSPORT
In vacuum transport system fan or blower is used. In vacuum transport the pressure is generally up to 0.7 bars and air product ration changes between 1-10. It can perform material transfer up to 50 m distance and 150 t/h capacity from one point to one point or from several points to several points. Vacuum systems consists of product feeding point, arrival point, filter and final point vacuum pump.
– Minimum investment cost,
– Due to low operation cost, it is better for using noncorrosive material at dilute transfer. Metal chips, silica, sand and similar highly abrasive materials can cause the transfer line to be eroded
– Dilution phase term indicates a higher ration of mixture of the air and product during transport.
– It is determined by the calculations derived from the formulas depending on the Pneumatic transport factors. To determine the calculations distances (horizontal and vertical), elbow count and total pipe sizes are used.
Pneumatic transport systems calculation uses typically the following factors:
– Speeding Factor
– Total horizontal and vertical distance in the system
– Total elbow count in the system