pneumatic ejector

pneumatic ejector

A special type of device designed to receive and dispose of liquids and sewage from subbuilding drainage systems.
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A pneumatic ejector coupling device introduced by Hasco is intended to reduce down time during mould changes.
ATEX-approved systems are available to cope with the needs of potentially explosive dust, including the intrinsically safe Norclean pneumatic ejector powered vacuum systems, which have no moving or electrical parts.
The pneumatic ejector consists of one or more cast iron receiving tanks and air control equipment.
If a defective product is detected, a fast pneumatic ejector will remove it from the product flow.
Radix sorters make use of high resolution line-scan cameras and the electronic image is compared with a set of user-defined parameters before defectiv e product is removed from the product flow by a fast pneumatic ejector. The user of such a system is guided through a simple set-up procedure and the system will automatically adjust parameters to take into account production conditions.
Featuring SMARTeject, the Sortex E1A disposes of any item identified by the cameras as unacceptable via 128 pneumatic ejectors. These have been designed particularly for Buhler's Sortex E range.
Anything identified as unacceptable by the cameras is removed by 256 pneumatic ejectors. These have been made specifically for the Sortex K, are more powerful than previous designs, and so rejection of defects is improved.
Packaged products are rejected by means of pneumatic ejectors, which can be arranged in multiple formation, even along several adjacent lines.
Thirty-two fast acting pneumatic ejectors are built into the chute to remove unwanted pieces, such as discoloured or broken, from the product flow.