Thin stream process
The thin stream process, sometimes also called dilute phase conveying, is characterized in that the transport medium is a large, fast-flowing stream of air, the speed of which enables material to be transported. However, the amount of material transported is subordinately low compared with the quantity of transport medium.
The material and conveying medium are separated due to the fact that the gravitational force on the particles to be separated is greater than the energy of the carrier medium. With RSP suction excavators, this takes place by slowing down the air in the collecting tank and by diverting the flow direction. Due to their inertia, the particles are unable to follow and therefore drop out. This physical effect is utilised in the rear-mounted separation chamber of RSP suction excavators.
The internationally patented RSP suction principle guarantees maximum gravity separation, minimal filter contamination and therefore consistently high suction performance.
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