Testing helps determine the most efficient technique for your application
TestCenter for pneumatic conveying and dust collection in the USA.
Tests boost efficient design for your systems. Hundreds of materials and airborne particulates are tested annually in the four ultramodern Mac Process TestCenters for pneumatic conveying, dust collection and feeding. These tests form the basis of our vast database of material properties and performance data. Testing helps determine the most efficient technique and configuration for your specific application.
Tests improve results
Our TestCenters simulate real world conditions of pneumatic conveying or dust collection systems. Testing provides essential information for specifying equipment, making incorrect applications a thing of the past. Benefit from:
Calculation of material handling characteristics
Particle size analysis
Bulk density measurement
Calculation of horizontal and vertical pick-up velocities
Information on flow characteristics and storage
From small random sample examinations to tests of any size
In addition to the standard equipment warranty, lab testing may allow us to provide enhanced emissions and performance warranties. You are more than welcome to attend tests in person.
We offer the following technologies in Kansas City:
Pressure lean phase conveying
Vacuum lean phase conveying
Continuous dense phase conveying
Vacuum dense phase conveying
Vessel dense phase conveying
Low pressure continuous dense phase conveying
- The TestCenter features both carbon steel and stainless steel piping ranging from 125 ft. to 975 ft. in length
Piping: 4 inches, schedule 10
Feed devices include: pressure vessels, standard airlocks, high-pressure airlocks
Ledge-free couplings are used throughout the system for testing products with breakage concerns
You are welcome to watch the conveyance processes
Basic material flow characteristic analysis
Modular system design for simple system changeover
Dust-free testing environment
Full process controls package with interface and reporting
NFPA-rated explosion protection equipment
Multiple air control methods
The lab is centrally located a few miles from Kansas City’s International Airport. You are welcome to attend your own product tests or demonstrations in person.