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New online configuration tool for ATEX conveyors

By Chemical Engineering |

Piab

Piab

Until now, ATEX gas-and-dust certified versions of this company’s vacuum conveyors were only available by special order. Now, users can visit the company’s website and configure the most suitable version of its piFLOWp (photo) or piFLOWt conveyors online. With these ATEX-certified conveyors, all plastic and rubber parts — including the filters and seals used between sheet-metal parts — are made of dissipative (antistatic) materials. All complete modules or units are fitted with seals of synthetic rubber (nitrile butadiene rubber), which have antistatic properties. Over 300 different configuration options for complete conveyors are possible. — Piab AB, Täby, Sweden

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