Determining which system and components will best meet your needs II
Building on the information in his first four series of columns, Paul E. Solt -- a private consultant with more than 42 years experience installing and troubleshooting pneumatic conveying systems -- presents a fifth series of columns on the general application of pneumatic conveying. In a separate section, Solt also answers your pneumatic conveying questions.
In this third column on the general application of pneumatic conveying, we'll look at factors related to your material to determine which type of pneumatic conveying system and components will best meet your needs. As you read this column it may be helpful to review information in the March and July 1991 and March and November 1994 "Pneumatic points to ponder..." columns.