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The driving force of pneumatic tube system is a blower. Due to the air flow the carrier will start to move in the transport tube. When the blower sucks into the tube, there will be a reduced pressure in the pipe and the carrier will move towards the blower. By blowing the carrier will be moving away from the blower.

To reduce noise a silencer is often placed on the blower.


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Pneumatic Tube Blower

  Last updated: 27-04-2019


Pneumatic Tube Blower


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