Powder Transfer System

Cable Conveyor Powder Transfer System

Our powder transfer system moves food ingredients, industrial powders and blends in a safe and clean manner with virtually no product separation or degradation.

High-Volume & High-Efficiency

Most powders are bulk materials that need to be moved in high-volume requiring efficient, high-speed and high-volume conveyance. We understand that margins are often thin so cost-effective, reliable, low wastage and safe conveying systems are a must. Our 6″ diameter conveyor system is therefore our most popular for this application. These systems can move up to 1,240 Ft³ (35.4 M³)/hour or 45,000 pounds/hour.

Clean & Safe Handling

Cable and tube powder transfer systems make for clean handling via a sealed environment that minimizes waste and reduces contamination of both your materials and your processing plant.

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Examples of Powders Conveyed

  • Food Ingredients
  • Industrial Powders
  • Blends

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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Can pre-batched powders be moved with cable & tube powder transfer systems?

Yes. Our power transfer system safely moves all kinds of powders including pre-blended mixes with ingredients of varying bulk density ratings. The safe movement of blended mixes is made possible by cable & tube technology that contains mixed ingredients in sealed capsules that keeps all contents safe during movement.

Are cable & tube feed conveyors safe and sanitary?

Yes. The enclosed tube environment keeps feed materials clean and safe while in transit. Enclosed tubes also serve to keep wastage low and your plant clean.

How are tube conveyors cleaned?

Wet, dry and in-line cleaning options are available. As part of our engineering and service process, we will work with you to specify the best cleaning solution for your needs and train you on how to use specified equipment.

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