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6KHL9 152150 UNSPSC # 24101714

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Vacuum Conveyor Kit, For Hose I.D. 1 1/2 in, Steel, 3/8 in Air Inlet Thread Size

  • Item # 6KHL9
  • Mfr. Model # 152150
  • UNSPSC # 24101714
  • Catalog Page # 2583 2583
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Heavy-duty vacuum conveyors are made from hardened alloy steel and can convey materials over longer distances than aluminum or stainless steel vacuum conveyors. Hardened alloy steel has excellent wear resistance, making these conveyors a good choice for transporting abrasive materials such as metal chips, shavings, or parts. Vacuum conveyors consist of a vacuum fitting that attaches to a standard hose or pipe and a compressed air line. They use a small amount of compressed air to create a vacuum for conveying dry bulk materials through the hose or pipe for packaging, processing, or disposal.

Vacuum conveyors (sometimes known as air conveyors) use a small amount of compressed air to create a vacuum for conveying items. They are commonly used to move dry bulk materials such as powders, chips, small parts, food, and pharmaceuticals for packaging, processing, or disposal. These systems consist of a vacuum fitting that attaches to a standard hose or pipe and a compressed air line. The conveyed material is vacuumed through the fitting and into the hose or pipe, and the material travels through the hose or pipe until it comes out the other end. Material can be conveyed through horizontal and vertical hose or pipe runs. Vacuum conveyors take up minimal space. They have no moving parts and don't require electricity, so they need very little maintenance other than that required for the compressed air system.

Technical Specs

  • Item Vacuum Conveyor Kit
  • Air Consumption @ 80 psi 55.0 scfm
  • Minimum Operating Air Pressure 20 psi
  • Maximum Operating Air Pressure 250 psi
  • Air Inlet Thread Type NPT
  • Air Inlet Gender Female
  • Air Inlet Thread Size 3/8 in
  • For Hose I.D. 1 1/2 in
  • Vacuum -60 in wc
  • Vacuum Conveyor Material Steel
  • Vacuum Length 3 1/4 in
  • Vacuum ID 1 1/4 in
  • Vacuum OD 2 3/4 in
  • Includes Filter, Filter/Regulator Mounting Hardware, Mounting Bracket, Pressure Regulator

Heavy-duty vacuum conveyors are made from hardened alloy steel and can convey materials over longer distances than aluminum or stainless steel vacuum conveyors. Hardened alloy steel has excellent wear resistance, making these conveyors a good choice for transporting abrasive materials such as metal chips, shavings, or parts. Vacuum conveyors consist of a vacuum fitting that attaches to a standard hose or pipe and a compressed air line. They use a small amount of compressed air to create a vacuum for conveying dry bulk materials through the hose or pipe for packaging, processing, or disposal.

Vacuum conveyors (sometimes known as air conveyors) use a small amount of compressed air to create a vacuum for conveying items. They are commonly used to move dry bulk materials such as powders, chips, small parts, food, and pharmaceuticals for packaging, processing, or disposal. These systems consist of a vacuum fitting that attaches to a standard hose or pipe and a compressed air line. The conveyed material is vacuumed through the fitting and into the hose or pipe, and the material travels through the hose or pipe until it comes out the other end. Material can be conveyed through horizontal and vertical hose or pipe runs. Vacuum conveyors take up minimal space. They have no moving parts and don't require electricity, so they need very little maintenance other than that required for the compressed air system.

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