OEM EQUIP. & ENG. SYstEMS
Pneumatic Conveying Systems
IAC’s pneumatic conveying systems are designed to move powders, granules, and other dry bulk materials. Our equipment is used in a wide range of industries, including food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, pet food, agriculture, plastics, and cement. We offer pneumatically conveyed systems in a variety of configureations, including pressure and vacuum systems, dilute phase systems, and dense phase systems.
IAC’s pneumatic engineering team specializes in dilute phase pneumatic conveying systems to move everything from raw materials to food grade finished products. We also have expertise in dense phase, and semi-dense phase pneumatic transportation systems. Let our pneumatic system experts help size your requirements, and provide a fast track project and delivery schedule!
We provide the following pneumatic conveying services:
- Pneumatic conveying system design
- Pneumatic conveying system integration
- Pneumatic conveying system installation
- Pneumatic conveying system troubleshooting
- Pneumatic conveying system balancing and optimization
Support for system components, critical spares, and automated controls is provided by our inside sales team. They can help you identify and price replacement parts and critical spares, many of which IAC can ship from stock or quickly source. Call us for all your pneumatic parts needs including:
- Tube and Pipe Straights in a variety of metals and finishes
- Elbows and Bends – Spiral-Grooved, Shot-Peening, Ceramic Back, Induction Hardened, Porcelain Enamel Lined, and more
- Positive Displacement Blowers, PD Blower Packages
- Couplings – Compression, Side-Band, T-Handle, Dresser Type, Victaulic, Cam & Groove, and more
- Rotary Airlocks and Airlock Gates
- Valves – Pneumatic Gate, Roller Gate, Gravity Diverter, Butterfly, 2-Way Wye, Orifice, Iris, Knife Gate, and more
- Convey Line Fittings
- And other critical spare parts
Additionally we offer a wide variety of frames, motor bases, filters, and silencers to assemble a vacuum or pressure blower to your project requirements.
How Do Pneumatic Conveying Systems Work?
Pneumatic Conveying typically refers to the movement of dry powders or pellets from point A to point B in a pipe or tube by means of a difference in pressure. It is an efficient way to move dry bulk materials, and can help improve production rates in many applications.
Pneumatic conveying systems are vital equipment in many industrial and manufacturing settings. Pneumatic transportation can be built as a pressure or vacuum system.
The most commonly applied pneumatic conveying mode is pressure pneumatic conveying. In a pressure system, positive air pressure is used to push the product through the system. In a vacuum system, the air pressure is negative and is used to suck the product through the system.
The most popular pneumatic convey modes are:
IAC PNEUMATIC CONVEYING & VACUUM TRANSFER SOLUTIONS
Let IAC provide a labor saving, environmentally safe, turnkey solution to capture and pneumatically convey waste dust and fines from troublesome collection points within your plant, and transfer them to a dedicated waste silo, or other accumulation point with an automated truck loadout, for removal from the property.
IAC’s Vacuum Transfer Systems are designed to convey waste material to the accumulation point, with 100% safety factor in design, to rapidly deal with surges and unwanted slugs of material.
To learn more, download a PDF copy of Vacuum Transfer Systems brochure below or submit a request for quote with our simple form.
IAC VACUUM PNEUMATIC CONVEYING SYSTEM
PNEUMATIC VACUUM CONVEYING SYSTEMS
Sound Enclosures for Pneumatic Conveying System Blowers & Fans
IAC’s Pneumatic Conveying System Sound Enclosures are designed to lower environmental noise emitted by positive displacement (PD) blowers, compressors, and fans. They are completely free-standing and constructed of heavy gauge aluminum for corrosion resistance, weight savings and strength. Removable side panels or hinged doors fastened with quick release knobs provide immediate access to equipment. Sound attenuating acoustic lining typically lowers 3’ sound level to 15-22 dBA (actual attenuation level depends on final equipment configuration).