Reducing power usage to improve your conveying efficiency
During the first days and weeks after purchasing a new car, it's customary to test the vehicle's performance. If it turns out to have lower-than-expected fuel economy, you'd probably try to improve the vehicle's operating efficiency. So why doesn't the same apply to a pneumatic conveying system?
It seems like once a pneumatic conveying system is installed and running, the user's attitude is: "Don't touch it. It's working." Maybe that comes from a lack of pneumatic conveying understanding or the myth that pneumatic conveying is "black magic." But with today's technology, you should be able not only to understand how your conveying system works, but to modify it so that it operates at maximum efficiency.