Filquip Pty Ltd
presents the Bart-One line of transporters from Air-Tec System suitable for conveying various powders and granules up to a distance of 70 metres.
The Bart-One line comprises of Bart-One 80 and Bart-One 150/ 300/ 600/ 900. The vessels are available in mild steel, AISI 304 and AISI 316, as well as for high temperatures up to 200ºC and for ATEX 21 and ATEX 22 settings.
The Bart-One line of transporters is suitable for conveying fragile materials, abrasive materials and product blends, and can also be used as a metering system.
Bart-One 80 transporters
The Bart-One 80 model is capable of transporting materials up to 50 metres, and has a capacity of 80 litres and a pressure limit up to 4.5 bar (tested till 6 bar according to the PED - European Pressure Equipment Directive). Bart-One 80 also has a capacity up to 2 tons/h in addition to a loading mouth of 200mm in diameter and an unloading mouth of 2”, 3” and 4”.
Bart-One 150/ 300/ 600/ 900 transporters
This Bart-One series is available in four different capacities of 150, 300, 600 and 900 litres. All of them have a capacity ranging from 3 to 20 tons/h and are equipped with an advanced control system of introduced air. These transporters are suitable for moving materials up to 70 metres and for pressure up to 6 bar, and feature a loading mouth of 200mm and 250mm in diameter.
How the system works
Air-Tec system’s technology allows the movement of powders and granules inside a pipeline. The pneumatic conveying system is completely closed with a few moving parts, resulting in reduced maintenance costs.
Bart-One transporters are used both with the conventional method where the line of transport is emptied after each loading, as well as for full pipeline conveying or with a full pipe. The low velocity preserves the quality of the transported material and maintains the condition of the pipeline. Reduced quantity of air used results in energy saving.
The Bart-One line is being used for the pneumatic conveying of ash at Sime S.p.A., plastic materials at Vamp and sugar at Texcom Engineering.