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Can The Viscous And Humid Materials Be Transported By A Vacuum Feeder

Can the viscous and humid materials be transported by a vacuum feeder?To answer this question, we must understand the working principle of the vacuum feeder, and then judge according to the state of the wet material entering the feeder.

First of all, the working principle of the vacuum feeder is to use a vacuum pump to suck in compressed air to make the hopper produce a vacuum state, and generate an air flow in the feeder, which can convey the material to the vacuum hopper. After a period of time, the vacuum state disappears, and the material leaves the feeder and enters the receiving equipment, thus completing the entire transmission process. The vacuum feeder can use the vacuum generator to enter the vacuum state again, and transfer to the next round of material transfer.

Then, when the wet materials are transported by the vacuum feeder, the weight will increase due to the moisture content, so it is difficult for the feeder to suck these materials into the hopper. Even if the material can be sucked in, these damp materials may directly adhere to the filter element when it is filtered through the filter element, making the conveying process unable to continue.
Therefore, do not use a vacuum feeder to transport these viscous and relatively humid materials. This will not be able to complete the transportation, and it will also cause the vacuum feeder to be damaged and cannot be used.

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