By David Mills

This brings jointly all of the crucial components within the choice, layout and specification of traditional pneumatic conveying platforms. Reference is made to the chapters and sections of the "Pneumatic Conveying layout consultant" for extra special causes of every element. WSL and Thames Polytechnic, the place many of the experimental paintings for this publication used to be performed, either have first-class reputations for his or her broad examine. Their collaboration with a consortium of business brands and clients of pneumatic conveying apparatus has ended in this authoritative advisor. This consultant is additionally to be had as a part of a suite, accompanying "Pneumatic Conveying layout advisor"

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And Figures 55 and 56], used either on its own or as a back-up to cyclone separators. In situations where all the solid material to be collected is blown into a hopper, the clean air is vented off at the top through a fabric filter unit, whilst the collected solids are discharged from the base of the hopper through an airlock. 1. ]. 5. System Considerations The importance of the gas-solid separator is often overlooked. Incorrect design and specification can cause considerable problems with the conveying system.

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