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Vacuum Transfer Tubes Straight-Thru Design Won’t Clog

A line of simple to operate and highly reliable Venturi vacuum transfer tubes that have no moving parts, cannot overheat, and feature a straight-thru interior for conveying powders, pellets, wood chips, and non-caustic fumes is available from Anver Corporation of Hudson, Massachusetts.

Anver TT Series Transfer Tubes are powered by compressed air and employ the Venturi principle to create a powerful vacuum for conveying and evacuating
light materials such as powders, pellets, wood chips, and non-caustic fumes. Providing infinitely adjustable transfer speeds, the materials pass directly through their smooth, straight-thru bores with no possibility of clogging.

Suitable for a variety of applications, Anver TT Series Transfer Tubes will not overheat which makes them explosion proof and their flow rates can be infinitely controlled from 15 to 95 SCFM respectively, by regulating input air pressure. Available in bore sizes from 0.375” to 1.0” I.D., they have no gaskets or O-rings and can be supplied with optional mounting clips.

For more information contact:
Anver Corporation
Mark Laycox, Group Manager
36 Parmenter Rd.
Hudson, MA 01749
(800) 654-3500 FAX (978) 568-1570
e-mail: mlaycox@anver.com
www.anver.com

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