How it Works
A. Material is picked up via a Multi-Vac Air Bleed In Nozzle at a nozzle velocity of 4,000 to 7,000 feet per minute based on the bulk density of your product. Material such as alumina, cement, clay, coal, foundry sand, gravel, iron ores, lead ores, lime, steel shot, and wood chips has been successfully conveyed..
B. The product impacts the abrasion resistant target deflector plate.
C. The heavy product drops from the air stream into the vacuum tight collection hopper.
D. Now, only dust-laden air travels vertically at a can velocity of approximately 50 to 150 feet per minute (fpm). Special attention in this area insures long filter life that, in turn, yields long vacuum pump life.
E. Airborne dust is collected on the outside of the filter media.
F. The “on demand” programmable reverse pulse jet filter cleaning system ensures continuous operation—the machine does not have to be shutdown for filter cleaning.
G. Clean air then passes to the vacuum pump inlet and the discharge air then passes through a large silencer located in a modular Power Pack.
Over the years industrial vacuum equipment has evolved from the old foundry men looking for a super sucker and Hi-Vac’s mechanical filter cleaning shaker to Multi-Vac’s simple abrasion resistant deflector, low can velocity and reverse pulse jet filter cleaning. Today under “Foundry Supplies” you will find Multi-Vac.
Getting the right equipment to customers is what Multi-Vac is all about. It’s important to you that we understand what you want to do. By clicking on the “Request for Quote” button on this web site and completing the “Request for Quote" form we have the necessary information to properly size and specify your equipment. Normally this process only takes 10 – 15 minutes. If you need assistance just contact us through email or telephone.