Dust-free solution for a wide variety of food and chemical materials.
Dependable high output. Clean handling. Affordable cost.
How an aeromechanical conveyor works
Powderflight™ aeromechanical conveyors operate on a simple principle. Within a tube of mild or stainless steel, a wire rope with evenly spaced discs travels at high speed, running in sprockets at each end of the conveyor. The high speed action generates an internal air stream traveling at the same high velocity as the discs. As material is fed in, the air stream aerates or fluidizes it and carries it to the outlet, where it is discharged by centrifugal force.
Powderflight aeromechanical conveyors handle a wide variety of materials, with minimal product degradation and no separation of blended material.
Snuff (tobacco fines)
Sugar beet pulp dust
• Dust-tight conveying and complete batch transfer
• No separation of blended products
• Minimal attrition of fragile particles
• No filtration required at discharge
• Low operating noise levels
• Self-emptying allows for conveying dedicated batches
• Few (if any) rivals for low cost-per-tonne handled
Powderflight's ability to convey material at any angle between 0° and 90° without loss of capacity gives your operation a virtually limitless range of configurations and system layouts—with easy integration into your process line, using standard components.