If you are in the market for a conveying system, you may have come across pneumatic conveying systems. But what are they? How do they work? And what are their key benefits?

In this blog post, we will answer all of those questions and more. We will discuss the basics of pneumatic conveying systems and some of the key advantages that they offer over other types of conveying systems.

This type of system has many advantages over other conveyors, such as belts or screw conveyors. These systems have been growing in popularity in recent years due to their many advantages over traditional conveying methods.


This type of conveyor uses air to move materials from one location to another. Pneumatic

conveying systems offer several key advantages over other types of conveyors, including:

  1. Speed: Pneumatic conveyors can move materials much faster than belt or screw conveyors.
  1. Efficiency: Pneumatic systems are very efficient and can move more material per unit of time than other types of conveyors.
  1. Flexibility: Pneumatic systems are very flexible and can transport a wide range of materials.
  1. Low Maintenance: Pneumatic systems require very little maintenance, which can save you time and money.
  1. Safety: Pneumatic systems are very safe, and there is no risk of injury to workers.

If you’re looking for a conveyor system that offers speed, efficiency, flexibility, and low maintenance, then a pneumatic conveying system is the right choice for you. Contact us today to learn more about our pneumatic conveyors or to get a quote on one of our conveyor systems.

Key Highlights:

-Pneumatic conveying systems are a great way to move materials around your facility

-They offer many benefits, including increased efficiency and safety

-There are a variety of different pneumatic conveying systems available so that you can find the perfect one for your needs

-Pneumatic conveying systems have a few different types of pneumatic conveying systems available, including vacuum pumps and pressure vessels

-Pressure vessels are used to move materials from one point in your plant to another using compressed air instead of mechanical means like belts or chains. You’ll need a way to get the material into these tanks without having it fall out, so there will be some type of hopper system set up for this purpose

-Pressure vessels come with different options for how they will be filled. Most use pneumatics, but some rely on gravity or water pressure instead of air pressure alone.

Final Note

Pressure vessels are made from materials such as steel or aluminum and come in many sizes depending on how much material needs to be moved at once. They weigh anywhere between 500 pounds (226 kilograms) all the way up to tons! The larger vessels are usually made with stronger materials like stainless steel.