Gentle conveying from A to B
Raw materials should be handled as carefully as possible when conveyed to the various processing stations.
To do so, we use conventional and pneumatic conveying methods that range from dilute-phase (vacuum and pressure) conveying systems to pneumatic systems utilizing an inert gas. For conveying liquid raw materials, various pump systems, e.g. centrifugal pumps,
rotary piston pumps or piston metering pumps, are used.
One of Zeppelin Reimelt’s developments is the secondary air conveying system which enables the drastic reduction in the conveying speed. This ensures gentle handling of the product during conveying: the product does not fly through the conveying line but instead forms into bullets that are pushed through the conveying line. Secondary air is blown in throughout the conveying process to fluidize the bullets.
Branchenübergreifende Synergien im Anlagenbau nutzen
Increased flexibility and improved quality with the Codos continuous mixing and kneading system by Zeppelin Reimelt.
Jack Kilbride from system integrator Zeppelin Systems USA Inc. describes how the company can integrate Rockwell Automation technology with existing systems for batch, process or discrete operations.link: Interview