The Floveyor was invented in 1960 as an economical way to move peanuts. It is now used in over 30 countries to move most kinds of powders and granules - from cocoa beans to tea leaves.
It is used in major industries, such as bottling, chemical, food processing and pharmaceutical, to move millions of tonnes of product per year.
The Floveyor is inexpensive to operate, has a long life, uses a simple but unique principle and there is very little degradation of the product it moves.
What The Floveyor does
The Floveyor moves powders and granules by injecting them into a tube where there’s a moving airstream. The material is fluidised and it is moved efficiently.
The power source can be:
Floveyor mobile units come in three styles to suit all Floveyorsizes. All Floveyormobile units are modular in design allowing flexibility for future requirements :
- M1 — Slimline design used for short, vertical applications
- M2 — Extended base with supporting legs for longer FLOVEYORs at any angle
- M3 — Same as M2 with a winch for discharge height adjustment.
Why it’s better than other ways to move powders and granules
- Combine standard modules to build complex, integrated units
- Quick recovery of capital cost
- Can be controlled remotely
- Joins to existing equipment
- Handles fragile materials
- Low power requirement
- Works at any angle
- Low maintenance
- Small footprint
- Simple to clean
- Cuts waste
- Long life
- No dust
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