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A new corrugator system installation by Air Systems Design features underground slider bed conveyers with a Balemaster open-end baler.

Corrugator System Installation with Open End Baler by Air Systems Design for the most efficient pneumatic conveying systems.

The owners of this system had Air Systems Design, Inc., design a corrugator systems with plenty of room to grow.

While they do not yet require 8000 pounds per hour capacity, they had the foresight to create a system that will handle their aniticipated capacity.

 

Corrugator System Installation with Open End Baler by Air Systems Design for the most efficient pneumatic conveying systems.

This corrugator system installation features underground slider bed conveyors that are used in a straight line pit or trench.

An incline conveyor brings the material up and out into the open end baler. Designing the conveyor system this way yields a lot of savings, not just in the horsepowe used, but if air was used in this type of conveying systems, a filter system would also need to be used which would result in a higher maintenance and capital cost.

 

Corrugator System Installation with Open End Baler by Air Systems Design for the most efficient pneumatic conveying systems.

If the same installation uses a 270 HP versus the 30 horsepower we employed, the corrugator system would need to blow air into a cyclone and require a filter with the air coming back into the plant.

The approximate cost to process this, including replacement filters and compressed air is very expensive and could be $50,000 a year.

 

Corrugator System Installation with Open End Baler by Air Systems Design for the most efficient pneumatic conveying systems.

The baler employed was a Balemaster open-end baler with an auto tier.

This particular baler has an 8 inch cylinder and 30 horsepower. A cylinder, of 6 or 7 inch would have made loose bales. We are using a 40 inch feed chute which is a larger one well suited for this installation.


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