Four steps to a successful pneumatic conveying system startup
Are you faced with getting a pneumatic conveying system up and running? Defining system requirements and functions with input from others in your plant can help you design a pneumatic conveying system and get it started without costly delays. This article discusses four steps for a successful system startup, including designing the system, installing the system, planning the startup, and initiating the startup. The conclusion includes information about training plant workers to operate and maintain the system.
The sooner you bring a new pneumatic conveying system on line -- whether adding or expanding a system or building a new plant equipped with a pneumatic conveying system -- the sooner you can start production. Carefully designing the system, the first step in the process, will have the strongest effect on your startup's success. The three other steps include installing the system, planning the startup, and initiating the startup.