5/4/2007

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Exair's Heavy-Duty Line Vac is an inline conveyor that transports high volumes of material through ordinary hose or tube. Commonly used to transfer complex shapes, bulk solids and waste, the units feature large throat diameters that make it possible to convey more material over long vertical and horizontal lengths. The conveying rate is typically twice that of ordinary air-powered conveyors.

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Exair's Heavy-Duty Line Vac is an inline conveyor that transports high volumes of material through ordinary hose or tube. Commonly used to transfer complex shapes, bulk solids and waste, the units feature large throat diameters that make it possible to convey more material over long vertical and horizontal lengths. The conveying rate is typically twice that of ordinary air-powered conveyors.

The conveyor ejects a small amount of compressed air through directed nozzles into the throat to produce a vacuum on one end and high output flows on the other. Response is instantaneous. The material conveying rate is easily controlled with a pressure regulator. An optional bracket permits easy mounting. There are no moving parts or electricity, which is said to ensure maintenance-free operation.

 

 

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