Working Principle of Air Blasters

Air compressed into a tube resistant to high pressure is stored between 2-6 bar. The stored air can be normal air or nitrogen. The diaphragm valve mounted on the tank is a monoblock or a separate solenoid valve with an adjustable timing, suddenly in fractions of a second. It is sprayed into the silo and the blocked powdery materials are dissolved, facilitating the flow.

Installation Planning of Air Blasters

Pulse tube is determined by taking into account the information that MDSJ engineers will provide on-site or upon customer request. As general information, the connection should be mounted at an angle of 0-45° downwards. It should be ensured that there are no obstacles within the spraying angle of the pulse tube.


Pulse cylinders have inspection certificate in accordance with the law on pressure vessels. Impulse tubes are manufactured to be resistant to 8 bar pressure.

Power of Influence

MDSJ pulse tubes are in the range of 60 to 500kg. Considering these forces, the connection points should be strengthened and the blast tube should definitely be suspended from the safety ring.

Order Options

If the pulse tube is mounted outside of the tank solenoid product discharge valve, safety ring, solenoid, the maximum distance should not be more than 4m and the pipe diameter should not be more than 6mm. Timer is optional. Maintenance of well-maintained pulser tubes is very simple. Most of the time, maintenance is not required.