Dense Phase Pneumatic Conveying Systems are categorized as Pulse Type or Continuous Type according to the movement of solid material in the pipe.
Medium to high pressures are required for this type of conveying, so dry compressed air is used as the main driving force. In special cases, it may be necessary to use Nitrogen or different inert gases.
Dense phase conveying systems are designed with relatively low speeds and below 5m/sec. However, pressures designed in proportion to initial pressures, distances to be moved and line resistance exceed 3 to 4 Bar. Pipe diameters are designed according to the production requirement and are relatively smaller.
A pressure vessel is provided to receive and transport powder and granular material. While expelling the conveying air, pulse jet filters are used at the discharge points, there are adjustable negative and positive opening valves at the discharge points. In order to balance the transfer line pressures, to prevent blockages and to minimize air consumption, volumetrically adjusted pressure balance valves specially designed by the mdsj process have been placed on the pipelines.
Intense phase pneumatic conveying is difficult, abrasive, brittle, brittle, very low speed, minimum air, low power consumption, and it is conveyed in the most appropriate way. Minimum wear on pipes and elbows, long life, minimum maintenance cost.
Product air ratio, air product mixing ratios can be between 1-20 and 1-100 in MDSJ Process dense phase systems
The carrying pressure is between 2.5-5 bar. Transport distance 200m, Transport capacity up to 1-100ton, Transport air, normal air or nitrogen.
Suitable for conveying difficult, abrasive products and all types of difficult materials with wet lumps from fine sticky powders, Dense Phase Pneumatic Conveying pushes material along the pipe in the form of a plug, at relatively low speeds. This means minimal wear on pipes and elbows providing minimal maintenance and long life performance.
In MDSJ pneumatic conveyor systems, booster valves are placed to prevent blockages along the mdsj line in order to achieve a stable transfer
Efficient use of compressed air also provides low power consumption and operating costs, while material spills and leaks in the closed pipeline are minimized and therefore no material is lost. Material is usually transferred from a single collection point to a single or multiple collection points.