Duke Technologies

Vacuum Transfer Systems


Vacuum Transfer SystemsThe conventional vacuum charging system is a sophisticatedly designed system that makes the use of IPC, which minimizes the overall amount of handling. It works on the principle to move different types of material that can be pulled by a hose or a tube. Some of the main components of conventional vacuum charging system include, blower, vacuum receiver system with filter, cyclone filter and a pipe. Specialized in different kinds of material transfer processes

Characteristic features
  • Parts configured with SS 316 material mainly
  • Filters made specially with non woven fabric and washable material
  • Filter assembly and collection port covered with toggle clamp which minimizes the use for cleaning
  • Saves manpower
  • Time based convey cycle and discharge cycle in vacuum transfer systems
  • Manual handling available that fosters saving of wastage of material
  • Incorporated butterfly valve for the purpose of easy discharge
  • Effective process and unit operation feed
  • Used extensively in pharmaceutical industry, food and chemical industries.
  • Timer based vacuum transfer system with timely updates on the system
  • Minimized segregation available in the powder vacuum system
  • Personal safety ensured in the vacuum transfer system 
  • Flexible in installation and user friendly conventional vacuum charging system
  • An enclosed system that controls cross contamination
  • Easy maintenance due to less moving components
  • Sequential timer based system with four operation cycles
  • Advanced control systems that make the operation more convenient
  • A finely equipped vacuum safety valve for safety considerations
  • Control panel made with SS 304 material, configured with dust proof construction
Technical Specifications

Here are below the technical specifications for powder vacuum transfer system:

Capacity 100 Kg To 6000 Kg/Hour
Vacuum Source Special Designed Vacuum Blower
Discharge Full Opening With Butter Fly Valve
Filter Cleaning Electro Pneumatically Pulse Jet System
Level Sensing Through Auto Level Sensor
System Control Sequential Timer Based Or Plc Based