The splitters makes it possible to direct the stream of displaced powdery material to several paths. The splitter is controlled by electric, manual or pneumatic adjustment of the damper.

The most important features of splitters:

  • They are made of galvanized steel, 3 mm and 4 mm thick
  • Each distributor has a position sensor – it indicates the currently open path and eliminates any mistakes
  • Tight structure and high corrosion resistance
  • Most models have an inspection hole – it serves as a inspection window and allows you to easily clean the distributor
  • Distributors are adapted to five pipe diameters – 159 mm, 219 mm, 244 mm, 324 mm, 406 mm

Due to the shape of splitters, we divide them into:

  • Symmetrical two-way
  • Asymmetrical two-way (right and left)
  • Three-way
  • Multi-way distributors – from 4 to 10 paths

Advantages of electric splitters:

  • Low electricity consumption
  • Simple operation and control
  • Possibility to mount the gear motor with the ATEX directive, thanks to which the distributor can be used in explosive atmospheres
  • They can work in places with high temperature fluctuations

Advantages of manual splitters:

  • Possibility of mounting in explosive atmospheres and environments with high temperature fluctuations
  • A comprehensive guide set consisting of: steel cable, cable guides, cable clamps, distributor board with markings, control handles, mounting brackets to mount directly on the distributor guide
  • For ease of use, access to guiding is usually at a level of 1 m from the ground

Advantages of pneumatic splitters:

  • Option of automatic or manual control
  • Simple assembly and control
  • Lower energy consumption compared to an electric distributor
  • Possibility to connect several splitters to one compressed air mainline
  • It does not need heavy cable ducts
  • Reliability, overload resistance
  • Possibility of mounting in explosive atmospheres, in a humid, dusty environment and in places with high temperature fluctuations
  • It does not need lubrication and regulation