The emergence and utilization of pneumatic tubes are found to belong to the earlier 1st century, and the system has been continuously enhanced since then in order to meet its changing needs. Pneumatic tubes basically use transportation lines, which are an array of pipes or ducts. It contains a combination of constituents like dry cement, ash, etc. Pneumatic tubes transport these constituents with the use of air pressure, thus actualizing high flexibility.

Pneumatic carrier systems are typically of two types: dilute phase or dense phase carrier systems. Dilute phase carrier systems simply push the items to be transported to the target terminal, like the conveyance of cash from one bank counter to another, while dense systems push or pull the items.

Pneumatic conveyor systems make use of a stream of air to transport contents and are of three general types:
  • Pressure systems: These systems make use of pressure to transport items from one place to another.
  • Vacuum systems: These types of pneumatic conveyor systems can be used in the conveyance of lightweight materials.
  • Combination systems: These systems can be used for transporting loads from multiple loading and unloading points.

Manufacturers of pneumatic conveyor systems hold various other benchmarks in the drafting and manufacturing of these systems. It is therefore important to take into consideration the constitution of the possessed components before the purchase of pneumatic conveyor systems. These systems are inexpensive and effortless to operate, and come with high degree of supervision as they can be easily adjusted and conveyed with ease.

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    October 2012