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Pneumatic Points to Ponder
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Publication Date: 07/2005
Pages: 5
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How to write a request for quotation

Accurate communication with potential vendors before you buy your new pneumatic conveying system will ensure that the system you purchase operates well in your application. Guest writer Jack D. Hilbert details how to write a request for a quotation that will get you what you need.

Past "Pneumatic points to ponder..." columns have covered a range of topics, including pneumatic conveying theory, design principles, system types, system components, applications, and troubleshooting. 1, 2 The information in these columns can help you determine whether pneumatic conveying is the right choice for handling your material. Once you’ve decided to use pneumatic conveying, the next step is to write a request for quotation (RFQ) to several pneumatic conveying system vendors.

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