Highly flexible installation layout capabilities for maximized floor space.
Pneumatic Scrap Conveyors are air transfer systems for moving wet or dry chips to a central chip processing system or load-out container. No plant air is required.
PRAB Pneumatic scrap conveyors offer operation and installation flexibility. This specific scrap material conveyor model is designed to pick up directly from CNC machining centers and transfer wet or dry material to a central chip processing system or load out container. The overhead piping of the pneumatic scrap conveyor allows for installation flexibility, whether you need to locate your scrap metal equipment near the ceiling or in tight spaces. The pneumatic design allows for easy reconfiguration when modifying plant space.
Benefits and features of PRAB Pneumatic Conveyors include:
Pneumatic conveyance to central location from CNC lines
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“We get $0.17 per pound more for our briquetted material over loose chips.” – Jack Rovan, Martin-Baker Plant Manufacturing Manager Proven Results Achieved for PRAB Customers: Documented reduction of scrap volume by as much as 90% Increased scrap value up to 25% Reclaimed up to 99% of cutting fluids “We have seen around […]
When looking into adding a new, or additional conveyor system to an operation it is imperative to know the major considerations when researching and selecting the right piece of equipment. Every type of metal scrap and shop process is unique, so it is important to prioritize the aspects of a conveyor system most vital to your needs. Conveyor Selection […]
Proven To Raise Productivity Up To 60% Documented Results Achieved by PRAB Customers Decreased Downtime Downtime Before PRAB: 3-4 hoursDowntime After PRAB: 2 minutes Safer Workplace “Our process of disposing metal scrap has become more ergonomic and safer.” – Jack Rovan, Martin-Baker Long Lasting Equipment: Conveyors Still Operating in the Field After 57 […]