Using a pneumatic conveying system

Warehouses are large spaces devoted to the storage of goods and items. Some of these can be high value, such as bottles of alcohol and cigarettes, or staples like foodstuffs for supermarkets. Many of these items naturally come in bulky packages or are on pallets. They are easy to move around the warehouse as you can simply use pallet trucks or just manual labour to shift them to where they are supposed to be. However, what if you have small loose items? For example, Grains or liquids. How do you transport gases and small hard times like medical pills?

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The answer comes in the form of Pneumatic conveying systems like those provided by The only way that it can be done successfully, and safely, is by using this system. Pneumatics work in an incredible way. They are able to use air, or the lack of it to create a vacuum that then pushes the product along a tube. There is no physical contact with the product itself.

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In many cases with these products they cannot be. If the product is contaminated with dust particles, dirt or just plain human contact it can ruin the whole batch. This can have considerable cost implications for the warehouse and its reputation. It also means that the supplier is going to suffer with a loss of revenue as well.

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