Aerodyne Video Demonstrates Duck-bill Valve for Dust Collection Equipment
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See how automatic dust collection equipment works without power supply, lubrication or controls
CLEVELAND, Ohio – October 13, 2009 – Aerodyne, a specialist in solving dry material-handling problems, introduces its new animated demonstration of the Vacu-Valve dust valve – one of the lowest-cost, lowest-maintenance dust collection equipment available.
Accessible online at www.dustcollectorhq.com/trickle-valves, this brief demo illustrates the effectiveness of the Platypus Vacu-Valve as the only automatic dust collection valve that requires no power supply, lubrication, or controls. The animated video demo gives plant engineers and maintenance managers an accurate look at the normal operation of the Platypus Vacu-Valve.
Installed on dust collection systems operating under negative pressure, the open-construction Platypus Valve® and the closed-construction Armadillo Valve® offer worry-free, continuous discharge of free flowing dust and granules at a fraction of the cost of the standard rotary airlock valves they replace.
Typical industries that rely on Vacu-Valves include foundry, mining, cement, dry good, pharmaceutical, plastics, chemical and manufacturing.
More information, including product specifications and options, can be found at www.dustcollectorhq.com/trickle-valves.
About Aerodyne – Aerodyne products have been leading the way in the dust collection, material handling and air pollution control industries since 1949. Specializing in material handling valves and cyclonic dust collectors, Aerodyne has been solving dry material handling problems for over 60 years. With a full line of double dump valves, rotary airlock feeder valves, slide gate valves, custom valves, and Vacu-Valves, Aerodyne can meet any material handling need. Headquartered in Cleveland Ohio, Aerodyne is a division of Abanaki Corporation.
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