Dense phase pneumatic conveying move materials quickly using low-velocity pressured air. Compared to dilute phase pneumatic conveying, dense phase units require less overall air consumption, and their low-velocity air stream results in less damage and subsequent maintenance requirements. The units outlined below work by creating pressure differentials using compressed air (or other gases), transferring materials through airflow (what is commonly referred to as pneumatic conveyance).

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The Denseveyor is designed to provide a cost-effective and environmentally sound option for the pneumatic distribution of difficult-to-handle materials. Unit is fully automatic, and quickly returns to a resting state when not in use. The Denseveyor is designed for dust-free operation, keeping the working environment safe and clean. Integrated conveying controls can be modified to handle even the most difficult materials.

The Denseveyor was originally designed in 1974, and has since proven itself to be reliable and energy efficient. Compared to dilute phase pneumatic conveyers, the unit has a significantly lower rate of air consumption and an increased material-to-air ratio. The unit features a single input.

Pneumatic conveying for:

  • Coal, Coke or Fly Ash -Wet, lump coal, fines, coke breeze, dust and fly ash, siftings, wood ash
  • Raw and Prepared Foods – Raw and roasted peanuts, almonds, unpuffed loops, non-dairy creamer, granular yeast, loose tea, corn, sugars, raisins, fructose, salts
  • Foundry Sands – Resin-coated, green, blended new and reclaimed, premix bond
  • Chemicals/Powders & Plastics/Minerals – Titanium dioxide, aluminum trihydrate, PVC and CPVC resin pellets and chips, phenolic resin dust/ powder, pebble lime and limestone
  • Alternate Fuels – Wastewater treatment sludges, paper, and pulp wastes, incineration


Denseveyor - Pneumatic Conveying

Denseveyor – Pneumatic Conveying


Denseveyor was last modified: December 15th, 2017 by Grant Rice