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Storage, Transport & Loading

Airslide System

Multi-Flow Elements

Efficient field proven solutions gained from many years of experience are the basis for the Claudius Peters Aeroslide-Multi-Elements. For example 25 years experience gained with the Claudius Peters Flow Control Gate have been utilised in the design and development of the Claudius Peters Multi-Element Two-Way Gate.

The Claudius Peters Aeroslide-Multi-Elements achieve the maximum degree of component standardisation. Based on a basic aeroslide, Claudius Peters has developed a complete aeroslide modular design programme.

With the Claudius Peters Multi-Flow Elements – there is no better system!

COMPONENTS

  • Two Way Gate
  • Splitter
  • Distributor
  • Diverter
  • Rotary Gate
  • Gravity Separator
  • Aeroslide Conveyance

Two Way Gate

The Claudius Peters Two-Way Gate is installed in aeroslide systems to guide and control the mass flow.

The Two-Way Gate consists of a cylindrical housing. Sealing of one outlet each is carried out by an adjustable gate. By turning the drive shaft the gate shifts from one material outlet to the other. A flexible sealing ensures that the outlet is sealed dust-tight.

The drives can be pneumatic, motoric or manual and are designed with sufficient reserves so that even under aggravated conditions a safe operation is ensured. For cleaning of the Two-Way Gate and for inspection of the gate sealing the housing is equipped with a large inspection cover. Replacement of the wear parts (aeration fabric and gate sealing) can take place while the Two-Way Gate remains installed by disassembling the top cover or the bottom. Lubrication of the bearings or the drive is not necessary. The end positions can be precisely adjusted and can be indicated by limit switches integrated in the drive.

Rotary Gate

The Claudius Peters rotary gate is installed in vertical falling routes of pneumatic conveying systems to guide and control the mass flow.

The rotary gate consists of a cylindrical housing. Sealing of one outlet each is carried out by an adjustable gate. By turning the drive shaft the gate shifts from one material outlet to the other. A flexible sealing which is pressed against the housing wall by a compression spring provides a dust-tight sealing of the locked outlet. The drive can be pneumatic, motoric or manual and is flanged directly to the rotating shaft resulting in the highest safety possible by omitting the rods. The drives are designed with sufficient reserves so that even under aggravated conditions a safe operation is ensured.

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