This article explains how aeration, vibration, and agitation can help you promote efficient flow when discharging a dry powder from a storage vessel into a pneumatic conveying system.Getting powder out of storage and into your conveying line can be one of the biggest challenges in designing and operating a pneumatic conveying system. Changing your storage vessel configuration can help. If that's not possible, these flow aids may be the answer.
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