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  • Abrasives case study - Carbo Ceramics

    Abrasives case study - Carbo Ceramics

    It`s been four years since Tom Sorensen has had to replace an elbow in his pneumatic conveying lines. But life wasn`t always this easy for the maintenance manager at Carbo Ceramics` Eufaula, Ala. Facility. The company manufactures ceramic beads for ...

  • Grain case study - Miller Brewing Co.

    Grain case study - Miller Brewing Co.

    Smart Elbow® Installation Brought in $30,000 Under Projected Budget The compact design of the Smart Elbows saves space-the twelve 6" elbows shown here occupy the same space as a large desktop. They may also be rotated on their flanges for ...

  • Grain case study - National Oats Co.

    Grain case study - National Oats Co.

    National Oats Reduces Maintenance and Replacement Costs, Improves Flow Control with HammerTek Smart Elbow® "Cost-effective, compact, convenient and durable." That`s how National Oats` Bob Williams, chief project engineer, describes the ...

  • Grain case study - Quaker Oats

    Grain case study - Quaker Oats

    Elbows Solve Pneumatic Wear Problems Problem It happened again and again. At the Pet Foods Division of Quaker Oats in Rockford, Illinois, the stainless steel elbows in their pneumatic conveying systems were wearing out every three months, or even ...

  • Pulp & paper case study - British Columbia Sawmill

    Pulp & paper case study - British Columbia Sawmill

    Smart Elbow® Excels for Pulp & Paper There were several reasons that a British Columbia, Canada, sawmill chose the Smart Elbow for installation in a new pneumatic conveying system. Due to the potentially abrasive nature of wood chips and ...

  • Pulp & paper case study - Northwood Pulp & Timber

    Pulp & paper case study - Northwood Pulp & Timber

    Smart Elbow® Triumphs Over Abrasion in Pulp and Paper Industry The first Smart Elbow® installed at Northwood in the hog fuel conveying system (above) worked so well that the two sweep elbows also shown above were eventually replaced with ...