Loaders -- Vaccum Loaders

External Dual Ration Valve External Dual Ration Valve
This valve attaches to loader and chamber inlets to permit sequential draw of material from two different sources.
LS-45 Self Contained Vacuum Loader LS-45 Self Contained Vacuum Loader
Load up to rates of 450 pounds per hour of pelletized material. Comes complete with motor, SCL control, 15 feet of flexible hose with clamps, sweep elbow, a demand switch and suction lance. The compressed air filter blow back with accumulator ensures maximum performance by automatically cleaning the filter after each loading cycle.
LS-95 Self Contained Vacuum Loader LS-95 Self Contained Vacuum Loader
Load up to rates of 950 pounds per hour of pelletized material. Comes complete with motor, SCL control, 15 feet of flexible hose with clamps, sweep elbow, a demand switch and suction lance. The compressed air filter blow back with accumulator ensures maximum performance by automatically cleaning the filter after each loading cycle.
Quick-Draw Loader with Pulse Filter Cleaning Quick-Draw Loader with Pulse Filter Cleaning
Light Weight and portable with simple automatic operation. Load up to 150 pounds per hour of virgin pellets. Pulse technology ensures maximum performance by cleaning the filter with several pulses of compressed air at the end of each loading cycle.
The AEL-15 The AEL-15
The AEL-15 is small, light, completely self contained, and it costs pennies to operate.
VL 1525 and AV-1650 VL 1525 and AV-1650
The VL 1525 interfaces with central loading systems, yet has the same advantages as other Autoload Venturi systems. When used with our Station Tee Valves it is especially effective. This loader can be interfaced into existing central loading systems, please consult the factory for details. The AVGTC-1650 & AVC-1650 (similar to AVGTC but without glass tube) receivers have a larger capacity for greater flexibility in where they can be utilized.
   
 

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