Which risks can have who makes an installation with Air-Tec System?

Which risks can have who makes an installation with Air-Tec System?


Now I’ll explain and show you why our (future) customer can sleep peacefully and will never have any risk.

When a company, or a technician / designer knows the advantages of dense phase pneumatic transport, inevitably there is interested in trying to mark the pros and cons.

I do not want to list the many advantages that dense phase pneumatic transport offers,
but I want to talk about a fear that is sometimes highlighted to us: “the unknown of the new”.

By thinking that this technology is not new, and that Air Tec has used and implemented it for over 25 years, but I understand that some people don’t know the details and believe it is new for them.

Fortunately this was something new for some when Air-Tec System was founded, for others it was 10 years ago, for some still actually is and certainly for others it will be in 10 years.
Listening to our (future) customers we understood that the uncertainty of what is “new”, sometimes, quite rightly, doesn’t let you make decisions even if they are, as in this case, patently advantageous.

So how did we want to eliminate all your uncertainty?
We created a scientific laboratory within the company to analyze all the materials that will be transported.

In our laboratory we carry out tests on your material and in the end you will have a technical report with lots of information and graphics such as:

  • fragility of the material;
  • speed and transport capacity;
  • internal friction and friction on piping;
  • filling coefficient;
  • particle size and if it is free flowing according for example of loading time of the pressure vessel;
  • tendency to agglomerate, form lumps;
  • material angle;
  • further information on request.

This test will be very useful because it let us design a system in which your raw material can be transported and reach a speed where we are sure that it will not be altered, this means guaranteeing the quality of the finished product in relation to the greater speed possible production therefore lower production costs.

These are some of the pluses, even if what matters most is the customization of this conveying process. because everything depends on your production goals, what you transport and how your customer wants you to produce his “jewel”.