Q: Is Pulsair suitable
for mixing food products?
A: Pulsair is a completely hygienic method of mixing
and allows the use of any compressed gas such as Nitrogen. The
in tank components of the system can be easily cleaned in place
or completely removed from the tank depending on the type of
Q: Compressed air is expensive
how can Pulsair cut costs?
A: Pulsair systems are designed to mix vessels faster,
cheaper. Pulsair technology is designed to use the minimum amount
of air to get the most effective result. Pulsair systems have
slashed mixing times from hours to minuets cutting the blending
time of a 2.1 mega liter tank from over twelve hours to around
20 minutes. This isn't a one off it's what we do.
Q: Do I need to modify
my tanks to accommodate a Pulsair system?
A: About half the current Pulsair applications are
in smaller tanks that require no modification. For larger tanks
we need to consider the most appropriate system to deliver the
air to the appropriate place in the tank and this could mean
a fixed installation. In all cases we work closely with the customer
to produce a system that they feel comfortable with. We then
provide detailed installation instructions and drawings. We can
even provide the labor for the installation if required.
Q: How long should I expect
a Pulsair system to last?
A: We started supplying Pulsair systems around 15
years ago and many of those systems are still in use today. In
use twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, three hundred
and sixty five days a year. By following a regular maintenance
program including filter changes you should expect to get in
excess of the 15 years many of our customers have achieved.
Q: What do I do if the
A: As there are no moving parts inside the tank that
means in the unlikely event that there is a component failure
the component can be isolated and removed without removing the
tank from service. All the components supplied by Pulsair are
covered by a warranty and if they fail within the warrant period
they'll be replaced free of charge. We have a complete supply
of parts in our Sydney office.
Q: What if we have a compressor
A: Because Pulsair uses only a miserly amount of
air, it can work for a considerable amount of time using the
air in the system. So it will still run while your air source
is repaired. In some cases Pulsair will run on compressed gas
cylinders if required.
Q: Can Pulsair operate
on Dangerous or hazardous goods?
A: By switching the propellant from compressed air
to an inert gas such as Nitrogen Pulsair can be the answer to
mixing flammable, explosive or other difficult to handle materials.
A vapor recovery system may be required.
Q: How many tanks can a
Pulsair system handle?
A: In Theory, the skies the limit. Any where from
one to what have you got. The Largest system is installed in
over a hundred and twenty tanks at a single facility. The larger
systems work by sending and electronic signal to an electro-pneumatic
interface (EPI) that tells each valve when to fire. Each EPI
is controlled from a single PLC. The PLC is only limited by the
size of the memory in the P LC. When you buy your Pulsair system
we work with you to provide the system that will do all that
you need it to do in the future so we provide a system that will
have the space to meet your needs whether its on one tank or
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