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Compressed -air haulage is used to transport powdered and soft granulated material for distances from several meters up to hundreds meters with superelevation some tens meters with transport output up to tens of tons per hour. In many cases it is more advantageous than mechanical conveying by worm, belt or chain conveyors. In some cases mechanical conveying is irreplaceable. Compared to mechanical conveying it has quite a big operational advantage: small number of drives, gears, bearings and other moveable parts significantly decrease maintenance demands.
Low-pressure compressed-air haulage(transport air overpressure by appr. 10 kPa) uses simple injectors of feeding hopper in pipe type to transport . Transport is continual.
It is appropriate to transport smaller quantities of transported material of low mixing rate. It is particularly used in wood-processing industry. In terms of setting the source of transport air they are divided into overpressured and vacuum.
High-pressure radial blowers are the source of transport air for vacuum compressed-air haulage.
Moderated pressure compressed-air haulage(scope of transport air overpressure appr. from 10 to 50 kPa) uses pressure injectors for transport and rotating pressure feeders for separation of space with different static pressure. Transport is continual.
Rotating pressure feeders are possible to be used for transport of larger quantities of non-abrasive materials for longer distances.
Transport air sources for moderated pressure compressed-air haulage are less capital-intensive and field reliable blowers.
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