TORNADO LOADERS VACUUM RECEIVERS
ML-Series Self contained
MV-Series Units Vacuum Receiver
Thoreson McCosh Vacuum Receivers are designed to mount on Resin Dry Hoppers, Machine In-Feed Hoppers, Blenders, Surge Bins or any other type of storage vessel. All vacuum receivers are constructed of mild steel and have a 360 degree stainless steel clamp to insure 100% sealing. Each unit comes complete with; Internal Filter Screen, Material Discharge Valve, Material Level Sensor Switch to initiate load sequence, mounting flange hard-ware & flange seal kit. The vacuum receivers have been engineered with modular components that provides a light weight and easy to clean, easy to use design. The Optional Compressed air blow back cleans the filter after loading sequences have been conducted.
VM-1 & VM-2 Loaders
The VM-Series self contained thermoplastic resin material loaders have been designed for applications where material needs to be transferred from floor level into a dry hopper, surge bin or resin blender bin. The VM-Series Loaders are arranged for 115 volt, single phase 60 cycle current and powered by a high performance fan cooled vacuum motor. These units are engineered to vacuum transfer pelletized or regrind material from beside the press.
Tornado Loaders & VACUUM RECEIVERS
Vacuum receivers play an increasingly essential role within a central conveying system; due to this, it’s vital to thoroughly understand the different types, basic features, and functions of improving major conveying systems.
Vacuum receivers are also known as vacuum stations and vacuum chambers or only stations. Tornado compressed air loaders come in various shapes and sizes due to the different demands from nearly most establishments. Controls are suited for specific needs, and some are even food-grade for more hygienic applications.
Our specialized vacuum receivers and loaders are made available to all industries, including food, plastic, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, minerals, and more. So whether you need to move powder or pellets, Tornado Material Loaders and Portable Vacuum Pumps may be the solution you needed all along.
Tornado Loaders use compressed air to load heavy materials into containers. Tornado vacuum receivers work by sucking the material out of the container after unloading the product from bins or pallets. Tornado loaders and vacuum receivers can be used together in an integrated process line to move products quickly through your plant.
This article will help you understand Tornado Loaders and Vacuum Receivers so that you can decide which one is right for your needs!
Tornado Plastic Compressed Air Loader – Tornado loaders are robust, high-quality industrial drum filling systems that can operate in hot-fill conditions, and they routinely process viscous materials. Tornado Plastic vacuum receivers work by sucking the product from bins or pallets into a tank for transfer and packaging.
Below are the main questions to ask yourself when it comes to Tornado Compressed Air Loaders and Vacuum Receivers:
- What to consider when choosing between a Plastic Vacuum Receiver and Loader?
- What does it mean if your material is “free-flowing”?
- Which one should you choose?
- Is an integrated system better than single machines?
- How do these machines protect against potential leaks/spills during operation?
- Which one is better for gentle handling?
- What kinds of chemicals can Tornado Plastic vacuum receivers and loaders handle?
- Which one works faster, a Plastic Vacuum Receiver or Loader?
- How do you prevent product buildup in the equipment?
Tornado Plastic vacuum receivers were explicitly designed for receiving liquids from bins – they are not meant for filling trucks with raw materials or other bulk processes. Plastic vacuum receivers must be emptied quickly – if they operate intermittently (for example, just at night), it may be better to invest in a Tornado plastic loader.
Receivers operate with a sequencing device; specific receivers require a separate sequencing valve to connect with the vacuum line. Doing this enables itself to pull materials into the receiver, leading to bulk materials accumulating at the bottom of the receiver. In addition, some of these innovative designs assist with gathering fines and dust by utilizing filters.
Vacuum receivers come in various shapes and sizes from; (1.5lb.) to (114lb.) to meet the requirements of several industrial and commercial industries.
By using industry-leading Tornado Compressed Air Loaders and Vacuum Receivers, you give yourself an edge over the competition.