Overview about the most important components of a Pneumatic Tube System
Diverters act as a switching station that allows a carrier to travel to its destination in the most direct path set up by the diverters. Through this switching process, Aerocom has the ability to create flexible multi-station pneumatic tube systems that make it possible for carriers to be sent from any one station to any other.
The pneumatic dispatch tube is a PVC-Tube with very tight tolerance in regards to the measurement and surface. Installation of dispatch tubes can be integrated into existing facilities and can run underground or overhead, or in the ceiling and form a network to connect several buildings adjacent to another.
Aerocom’s pneumatic tube systems utilise blowers that produce both pressure and vacuum. Pressure vs. vacuum is what determines the direction the carrier will travel. The volume of air being moved provides the drive that pushes, or pulls the carrier at speeds of six to eight meters per second.
The Aerocom carrier is a durable, precision engineered transportation receptacle. For over 20 years, the proven design of it’s sturdy swivel cap has been a standard for Aerocom. It is easy to handle, reliable and there’s fit for every application.