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    A Beginner's Guide to Dry Bulk Pneumatic Conveying Systems

    Dry bulk pneumatic conveying systems are used to move bulk materials that don’t contain any water, such as talcum powder or plastic pellets, through an enclosed pipeline system. 

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    What is the Return on Investment for an Abrasion-Resistant Fitting?

    In bulk material conveying, the initial cost of upgrading to abrasion-resistant products might seem prohibitive. That’s because it isn’t typically just a couple of percent over the expense of a...

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    What Is Bulk Material Handling?

    Bulk material handling is an essential aspect of various industrial processes, such as manufacturing and mining. The type of machines needed to handle bulk material depends on the type of bulk...

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    What Is A Bulk Material?

    The design of your pneumatic conveying system should be properly calibrated based on the type of bulk material that your system will convey. As well as this, different types of bulk materials have...

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    Friction vs. Impact In Pneumatic Conveying

    The issue of friction vs. impact in pneumatic conveying is mainly about how much damage a pneumatic conveying system can sustain from the bulk material being conveyed over time. Understanding...

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    What Is Abrasion In Pneumatic Conveying Systems?

    Abrasion in pneumatic conveying systems is inevitable because of the moving particles of bulk materials being conveyed, as well as the vibrations of the various components. Abrasion happens when...

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    5 Uses Of Flat Back Elbows

    Flat back elbows are mainly used in pneumatic conveying systems in heavy industries, typically for conveying bulk materials that have highly abrasive properties, such as plastic pellets. This is...

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    What Is Saltation Velocity?

    Saltation velocity is the speed below which particles being conveyed through a pneumatic conveying system lose suspension and begin to deposit at the bottom of horizontal pipelines. 

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    The Differences Between Dense Phase & Dilute Phase In Pneumatic Conveying

    Knowing the differences between dense phase conveying and dilute phase conveying (also called lean phase conveying), particularly in terms of fluid mechanics, will allow you to precisely design...

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    How Does A Flat Back Elbow Work?

    A flat back elbow is designed to resist the abrasion and impact caused by large particles traveling through a pneumatic conveying system. Its name comes from the fact that the back, or outer curve...

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