CMP SINGLE PHASE AND CTP/CTF
THREE-PHASE CONVEYING SYSTEM

Data Sheet

Technical Specifications

  • PTFE membrane filter
  • Timer controllable compressed air filter unloading
  • Programmable pause/work time loading cycle
  • Level indicator depending on the version
  • Work input from external contact
  • Butterfly valve (CTP), butterfly valve (CTF) discharge type
  • Body material AISI 304 (AISI 316L on request)
  • Seals material NBR (food grade NBR on request)
  • Maximum flow rate 250 l/h for CMP conveying systems
  • Maximum flow rate 2,000 l/h for CTP conveying systems
  • Maximum flow rate 2,500 l/h for CTF conveying systems
  • Suction pump unit sized in accordance with the characteristics of the plant
  • Municipal and industrial water treatment plants
  • All sectors requiring transfer of a product from a point of storage to a point of use within a distance of 50 m
  • No contact with the product
  • Environmental hygiene

Equipment

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Description and operation

Definitive Ecology CMP series single-phase conveying systems are used to receive, by pneumatic means (suction), fluid powder material with specific gravity of less than 0.8 kg/ dm3. Use of conveying systems is restricted to applications with flow rates of less than 200 kg/h and transport distance of less than 15 metres.

CTP series three-phase conveying systems are used for pneumatic reception (suction) of extremely fluid granular materials with specific gravity of at least 0.5 up to 1.2kg/dm3. The conveying systems can function in stand-alone mode, connected to a suction unit, or in groups composed of several conveying systems centrally connected to the same suction unit; in this case the units operate alternately or in accordance with scheduling logic.

Also “CTF” series three-phase conveying systems are used to receive powder materials pneumatically (suction). The conveying systems can function in stand-alone mode, connected to a suction unit, or in groups composed of several conveying systems centrally connected to the same suction unit; in this case the units operate alternately or in accordance with scheduling logic.

Models available

  • CMP = range of single-phase conveying systems for low flow rates
  • CTP = range of three-phase conveying systems for granular materials
  • CTF = range of three-phase conveying systems for powder materials