Pneumatank can cut costs and save time
Sep 1, 2006 12:00 PM
Cyclonaire Corp's new, versatile Pneumatank containers can reduce costs and save time. The all-in-one storage and transport containers can be used to move dry bulk materials directly from the manufacturer to the end user. They can cut handling costs, curb contamination, and improve supply logistics.
Whether transporting goods by rail, road, or sea, operators and processors can effectively and quickly move more product by using Pneumatanks. The containers' 25-ton capacity, easy one-person operation, and fast top-side loading also make it a safer and simpler storage alternative to bags, drums, gaylords, and FIBCs.
Cyclonaire partnered with Australia-based Transom Marine Services, a tank container operator and shipping agency, to jointly develop Pneumatank. Together, the firms spent several years engineering and testing the ideal, dry-material, storage and transport container.
Built with ISO-spec construction, Pneumatank comes in two models: the self-discharging model that gives users the convenience of a self-contained unit; and the economical, vertical discharge model that can be used with lift-bed chassis and vacuum/pressure conveyors. Both models stack horizontally for efficient storage at a plant or work site.
For more information and free literature, e-mail Cyclonaire at email@example.com.
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