FAQ for Experts. Answers by Experts.
How can material stress be reduced during conveying?
mo explains how material can be conveyed gently
In issues 35 and 37 we described some different forms of abrasion and signs of wear, as well as listed some possible precautions to reduce wear and abrasion. …
How does the material get from the storage bin into the conveying material feedline?
mo describes different types of material feeding
The way the material to be conveyed is fed into a material feedline depends heavily on the type of material and the conveying principle. …
How can coupling stations be monitored?
mo describes different concepts for a source-destination mapping
In issue 28 we introduced different multipoint conveying systems, including machine-related conveying systems, which are connected to the different material sources via coupling stations (or tables). …
How can disturbances in the vacuum supply be avoided?
mo explains measures to maintain the vacuum
Disturbances in a conveying system can lead to expensive production downtimes. …
What is to be taken into account with regard to the material discharge?
mo describes various concepts of the material discharge flaps
One task of the material supply is to convey material to the hopper loader on the processing machine. …
How is the plastic granulate separated from the conveying air?
mo reveals the secret of the “suspended plastic granule”
In the broadest sense, operation of a hopper loader can be compared with a vacuum cleaner – but with one significant difference: …
What is a permanent central vacuum?
mo explains the characteristics and advantages of a permanent central vacuum
For large productions with numerous material loaders and consequently many delivery points, large throughputs, frequent conveying cycles, and long conveying distances, there are two solutions for automated material supply: …