Pneumatic sand conveyor UR12.3 with a capacity of up to 12 t / h is designed to automate the process of transporting bulk materials (sand) from the storage area to the supply bins. The movement of material occurs through the pipeline under the influence of compressed air. Thanks to a sealed pipeline transport system, a number of indisputable advantages over other transport systems are achieved:
Possibility of transportation both in vertical and horizontal planes
Laying of routes with turns and branches
Lack of dust along the track
No moving parts of the track and minimal maintenance
With the help of installations of various capacities, it is possible to organize a network for transporting bulk materials (sand) throughout the workshop. For example, the transportation of clean and reclaimed sand through the foundry: from fresh sand bins, reclaim units, intermediate bins to intermediate and feed bins of high-speed mixers.
Easy to maintain
Low power consumption
Compactness of installation
Fully automatic operation
Using a sensor system for complete control of the work process
Standard complete set:
Pneumatic sand conveyor
Corner pieces - 3 pcs.
Hopper level sensor (upper) - 1 pc.
Control panel with touch screen, electrical and pneumatic automation systems
Pneumatic sand conveyor is a welded pressure vessel. There are two vibration level sensors installed in the tank, which control the operation cycles of the installation. If the sand level in the pneumatic conveyor is less than the minimum, the inlet valve opens and the tank is filled. When the maximum level is reached, the inlet valve closes and the dispatch cycle begins. During the sending cycle, compressed air is supplied to the chamber until the low level sensor is triggered and the vessel is empty. After the sending cycle, a deaeration cycle begins, in which the supply of compressed air to the container is stopped and the residual pressure is released. In the future, the cycles are repeated. The work of pneumatic transport also includes control of the upper level of receiving bins, switching of poppet valves, control of the inflation system, with a branched or long route.