Fluidcon - The evolution of pneumatic conveyance
Pneumatic conveying has always been an acceptable means for transporting fine materials from one location to the other. The initial investment and maintenance costs are typically lower when compared to mechanical conveying systems, however, the energy consumption for the air supply on pneumatic systems is considerably higher than other options power requirements.
The Claudius Peters FLUIDCON system utilises the advantages of typical pneumatic conveying at considerably lower energy requirements.
FLUIDCON has the benefits of less power consumption due to the incorporation of the aeroslide transportation principle within the transport pipe, providing a dense phase system with increased bulk material load.