Promoting the Flow of Bulk Solids
There are four main problems associated with interruption of free flow of bulk solids in bunkers, hoppers, silos transfer chutes etc., as shown in Figs. 1, 2, 3 and 4. Please note these illustrations are for general information only, there being various other blocking scenarios which occur which would be far too complicated to cover in this edition.
A typical installation to a steel hopper or silo wall (chain drilled or flame cut) and the fitting of the blast delivery tube (bolted or welded), The valve and vessel are then mounted to the delivery tube. Services i.e. Air/ Electric’s supplied by the customer, unless otherwise stated, are then connected to the system via a purpose designed control panel and filter/lubricator assembly.
Dimensions and Specification
This page provides all the detail; specifications of the air canon etc. we use.
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