When Performance, Longevity, and ROI Matter

Denseveyor installed below a feed hopper [P3674] Macawber Group Installation Case Study: Sodium Bicarbonate Conveying system, Northwich, UK. In brief: The dense phase pneumatic conveying system was supplied to convey 14 t/h of sodium bicarbonate over a distance of 26...

Macawber Design Philosophy

  Dense Phase Pneumatic Transporters 1. Dense phase pneumatic conveying pressure vessels were introduced to the U.S. markets in the early 1960’s.  Pressure vessels were used because the pressures required for dense phase conveying normally exceeded 15 psig – the...

Why is Electric Arc Furnace (EAF) Dust So Difficult to Convey?

Why is Electric Arc Furnace (EAF) Dust so difficult to convey? The EAF dust generated in a combustion process by electric arc furnaces employed in steelmaking is a hazardous material containing many heavy metals such as lead, cadmium, zinc, etc. These materials are...

Control and Conveying Air

On any Macawber dense-phase pneumatic conveying system, the quality of the convey air and control air are quoted separately. Why is it important that these specifications are observed on site? a). The International standard for control air for pneumatic devices is-40...

Hot Stuff ! Dense Phase Conveying

One of the notable features of our pneumatic conveying systems is their ability to handle hot materials. We first encountered hot material applications in the foundry industry.  A common application is the handling of hot knock-out sand (the remains of the sand mold...