We are more than pleased to supply our customers in the aviation
industry with quality pneumatic conveying solutions.
There is an ever increasing demand for highly technical Pneuvay vacuum equipment systems within the aviation industry. More and more aeroplane designers are using carbon reinforced composites and the like rather than using metallic structures. Therefore, it is very important that proper dust extraction, disposal and environmental assessments are carried out when using these new composites.
We are more than pleased to supply our customers in the aviation industry with quality pneumatic conveying solutions, particularly aspects related to dense phase pneumatic conveying systems. We are inducted and approved suppliers to:
High pressure systems, referred to as dense phase system, utilize air pressure ranging from 15 PSIG to 50 PSIG in the pipe. This has to be efficiently designed to guarantee sufficient positive pressure is applied to the material for it to efficiently push the materials into the conveying line at a relatively low velocity. Often than not, materials conveyed in this process are abrasive in nature as it eliminates and minimizes transfer pipe erosion.
We have supplied and applied several case study in the aviation industry providing pneumatic conveying solutions and dust extraction systems to major airlines. Benefit from the patented pneumatic conveying machines, systems, and equipment we offer and eliminate unwanted environmental risks and downtime in your operation.
We provide complete vacuum equipment and dust extraction with its offer of the following systems, machines and equipment.
We take pride in supplying high quality vacuum equipment and dust extraction systems to our clients in Australia and around the globe.
We tailor our services to fit your every need and concern.
Contact us to learn more about the pneumatic products, systems,
and services we offer for the aviation industry.
We will be operating from our new premises at 11 Steele Court, Tullamarine, Victoria 3043 with phone (03) 8470 3088 and fax (03) 9330 0185 from Monday 3 June, 2019. Find out more