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    What Is Ceramic Coating And Why Is It A Good Solution?

    Ceramic coated elbows for pneumatic conveying systems have many benefits, especially in terms of abrasion resistance. Any elbow that provides superior resistance to abrasion and wear naturally...

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    What To Consider When Conveying Fly Ash

    Ash handling in pneumatic conveying can create problems such as wear, dust, plugging, and erosion. It’s essential to consider each of these problems and how to avoid them, as resulting damage can...

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    Progressive Products, Inc. Response to COVID-19

    Pittsburg, KS – With concern to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), Progressive Products, Inc. is reaching out to our customers to let them know that the safety of our employees, customers...

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    What are the Two Different Types of Wear in Pneumatic Conveying Elbows?

    Wear is one of the most common problems in pneumatic conveying, especially in the elbows you are using in your system. Wear creates issues like shredding, streamers, blocking and dusting, pile and...

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    When is it Important to Have a Longer Tangent for Your Elbow?

    If the elbows in your pneumatic conveying system need to be replaced due to wear or abrasion or if you’re designing a new layout for your system, knowing the correct tangent - the straight part of...

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    What are the Differences Between Weld Elbows & Sweep Elbows?

    There are many different types of elbows for pneumatic conveying systems, but overall they can be grouped into two categories: weld elbows and sweep elbows. We look at what each of them is, how...

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    What to Consider When Experiencing Transition Issues in Your Pneumatic Conveying System

    Transition issues in pneumatic conveying systems are not uncommon, but there are things you can do to understand why they’re happening and then put measures in place to prevent them.

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    What is a Centerline Radius and How is it Measured?

    The centerline radius, commonly known as the CLR, is the distance from the exact center of an elbow’s curve to the centerline (axis) of the pipe.

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    Is a Thicker Elbow Wall the Best Abrasion Resistant Solution for Pneumatic Conveying Systems?

    If the elbows in your pneumatic conveying system suffer from abrasion, it may seem logical that simply replacing them with a thicker wall thickness would be your best abrasion resistant solution. 

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    What’s the Difference Between Pipe and Tube?

    It’s fair to say that pipe and tube look very similar, and because of that the words are often used interchangeably. However, in industry the terms have their own unique definitions.

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