How does Vetromeccanica’s Vacuum Conveying Work?

Vacuum Conveying is the process of moving bulk dry materials, such as powders, from place to place within a factory using suction. The material is transferred in a network of tubing from the pickup point or source to the customers’ process. Most Vacuum Conveying System transfer product based on a timed interval to the vacuum receiver. At the end of the timed sequence, the discharge valve can open and the material conveyed can discharge into the process. 

There are two types of vacuum conveying. Dilute phase conveying and Dense phase conveying. 

  • Dilute Phase Conveying the material is entrained in the air stream and the is an almost equal part of air and product. This method is excellent for conveying almost any type of powder-like sugar or flour. 
  • Dense Phase Vacuum Conveying the material is transferred in slugs within the convey tubing. The material moves slower then dilute phase conveying and is an excellent choice for a friable product or a blend of powders. 

Vetrommecanica’s conveying systems differ from others because they increase the real plant efficiency. They are a major player in more than 70 Countries thanks to the care and attentiveness to details, capability to offer a 360° all-rounded service, and to their extremely skilled customer-care department.

Learn more about the conveyance solutions we are currently offering by giving us a call at 800-829-5741

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