The Panda Mech dry bulk cement tanker trailer used for transporting cement is a bulk powder transport vehicle made of a combined specially designed chassis, pneumatic piping system, tanker and discharging units.
This design is specially made for the safe transportation of bulk cement commodities, lime powder, coal powder and any other dry powder material that has a particle diameter of less than 0.1mm.
Its common application and use are in the cement manufacturing factory, construction sites and the cement warehouse. With the use of this type of trailer, packaging and discharging costs are greatly reduced.
- Why use pneumatic tanker to transport dry bulk cement?
Simple and Convenient
It can transport a lot of cement at once. Most importantly, it ensures that the quality of the cement in transit is safe from any dampening.
No much of packaging and unpacking is needed with the use of a cement tanker trailer. The process of loading and unloading cement from the tanker is simplified through the fluidization process.
Effective and Reliable Delivery Speed
The transportation of high amounts of cement can be done at reliable speeds. The trailer offers an effective means of transportation taking up huge volumes of cement at ago.
This saves a lot on transportation costs. Everything is designed to ensure efficient transportation and delivery of large volumes of cement efficiently and in the shortest time possible.
High Load Carrying Capacity
The cement tanker trailer takes up to 95 cubic meter capacity per set.
It provides a perfect solution for the transportation of high volumes of cement especially for heavy construction projects unlike using traditional cement transportation means that may not be sufficient for handling large projects.
- What is cement trailer fluidization principle
Cement tank trailer’s working principle is based on Fluidization principle.
When the mixture of gas and powder reaches a certain proportion, the powders will have some liquid properties hence attaining fluidity.
Fluidization is a process comparable to liquefication in which granular materials get converted to dynamic fluid-like states from their original static solid nature. This normally happens when a gas or a liquid is passed up and through a granular material.
When gas flow gets introduced via the bottom of bed carrying solid particles, it tends to move in an upward manner via the bed through the empty spaces existing in between the material particles.
When the gas velocities are low, the aerodynamic drag on each of the particles is also low hence the bed is kept in a fixed state.
At high velocities, the aerodynamic drag forces will start to counteract the gravitational forces and make the bed expand volumetrically as the powder particles begin to pull away from one another.
With a continued increase of the velocity, a critical value will be reached where the upward drag forces equal the downward forces of gravity.
At such a point, the particles will get suspended inside the fluid. This is when the bed is considered to be fluidized and will show such behaviour. A further increase in the fluid velocity, the bulk density of the trailer bed will show fluidic behaviour.
If the gas velocity continues to increase further, the bulk density of your bed will keep decreasing and the fluidization gets more violent.
This will continue to a point where the particles no longer form a bed and are taken upwards through the flow of the gas. When the bed is fluidized, solid particles on it will start to flow like a fluid.
Just like a liquid in a bucket, the bed will take the volume of the chamber as the surface remains perpendicular to the force of gravity.
Objects that have a lower density than the density of the bed tend to float on the surface, bobbing up and down when pushed downwards.
Higher density objects will, however, sink to the bed’s bottom. Through this fluidic behaviour, the particles will be transported like a fluid channelled via pipes without the need for mechanical transporter such as conveyor belts.
A much-simplified form of a gas-solid fluidized bed is the hot-air popcorn popper. The popcorn kernels are usually fairly uniform in shape and size and get suspended in the hot air that rises from the chamber’s bottom.
Due to the intense mixing of the particles in it comparable to that of boiling water, the kernels in the chamber attain uniform temperature hence minimizing the number of burnt popcorn.
Once the popping has been completed, the bigger popcorn particles get increased aerodynamic drag that pushes them out of kernel chamber into the bowl.
The process is responsible for the formation of sand volcanoes and fluid escape structures in sedimentary rocks and sediments.