The transport of materials from point A to point B represents a significant phase for the production processes of all product sectors. The types of material can be the most varied: from powders, to granules, up to small objects such as caps or capsules. To avoid complications due to manual movement of materials, pneumatic conveying systems are used. RIBO has specifically studied ad hoc solutions to overcome these difficulties: let’s see how they work.
How pneumatic conveying works
Pneumatic conveying systems allow the movement of material from a starting point to an end point. This happens thanks to the exploitation of the vacuum as a principle of driving force that allows the transport of material, ideally, from a collection container to the machinery that will process it, turning it into a finished or a semi-finished product.
Speaking of material movement tout court is actually an understatement. In fact, the flexibility of the RIBO pneumatic conveying systems also allows the loading / unloading of machinery or containers, the distribution of the material to different points and the withdrawal of material from several different points. For this reason, our vacuum pneumatic conveying systems are ideal for chemical, pharmaceutical and food industries that require maximum precision and hygiene.
Why equip yourself with a pneumatic conveying system
RIBO pneumatic conveying systems are applied to numerous contexts of use and production sectors. In particular, they can be used alongside dosing, packaging and mixing machines for bagging, dosing and mixing needs.