Velodyne Systems uses various brands of pumps on our chemical feed systems, liquid polymer systems, lime slurry systems, and liquid chemical feed skids. So how do they work and what are they used for?
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A screw conveyor is a mechanism that uses a rotating helical screw called flighting, that is installed within a tube or trough, to move liquid or granular materials.
Utilizing chemicals to purify water dates back to the late 1800's to help remove unwanted contaminants, solids, gases, and more from water.
Pretty Bird International feeds a variety of products into a food coating system. The products range from powdered chicken to powdered fructose to flour with a variety of bulk densities and flow characteristics in between. Find out how Velodyne's Barracuda resolved feeding issues.
Are you still using old feeder technology? Some feeder companies haven't updated their technology in 30 years. VeloDyne is always striving to provide cutting edge technology and the best solution to every customer. Check out the advancements to our Volumetric Auger Feeders.
Fracking and Oil Drilling, the differences between the two, and how Velodyne Systems provides dry chemical feed systems for the oil and gas industry.
Velodyne Strives to solve problems, even when there are no roads to get there. Our highly trained team will go above and beyond to provide a solution for your unique application.
Velodyne Systems utilizes various design features to make operation and maintenance on our equipment as seamless as possible for plant personnel. On our bulk bag systems a key interface point of the system occurs during loading and unloading bulk bags from the system.
Need to find out the feed rate of your volumetric feeder for a continuous feed application? There are a few factors that will determine this, find out here.
Need to upgrade your lime slaker system? Velodyne's provides upgraded technology to the Missouri American Water treatment plant in Mexico, MO. Volumetric Feeders, Lime Detention Slakers, and new HMI Controls Package.
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