Maguire vacuum take-off assemblies allow you to blend on the floor and then convey to the process machine.
The stands include a bin with sloping sides and a single material pick-up lance at the bottom of the bin. Sight glass windows are located on each side of the bin and are sized to allow additional suction tubes to be added for conveying material to several machines. Up to four lances can be added without sheet metal modification.
Conveying air enters the far side of the suction tube through a stainless screen filter, and pulls material into the airflow for conveying. Each tube can be rotated to vary the air/material mix for optimum conveying. Once optimum flow is achieved, a locking set screw secures the tube. A hinged cleanout door is located in the bottom of the bin.
Vacuum Takeoff Stands (VTA)
All VTA stands are 685.8mm high by 914.4mm wide
VTA-1 holds 28.31ltrs of material and has a 914.4mm x 914.4mm footprint.
VTA-2 holds 56.63 ltrs of material and has a 914.4mm x 914.4mm footprint.
VTA-9 holds 84.95ltrs of material and has a 914.4mm x 1066.8mm footprint.
One suction tube is standard, and up to twelve may be added for feeding twelve process machines.
FCA (Flow Control Assembly) is required for all stands. 152.4mm wheels are also available.
VTA-1 stands accommodate the MicroBlender and 100 Series blender, VTA-2 stands are for use with 200 and 400 Series, and VTA-9 stands are for use with 900 and 1800 Series blenders.
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- Scope & Design
- Supply & Installation
- Parts & Maintenance
Scope & Design
Any successful project begins with a well-designed project scope that demonstrates understanding of the task ahead. We know projects are won during this preliminary stage and work very hard to ensure our clients are confident their scope is understood.
Fleming’s in-house design engineers can partner with you to design a modular solution tailored to your business, ensuring it meets current and future manufacturing needs. We understand customers appreciate transparency with advice and quotations, or that if machinery operation fails, so does productivity. Fleming’s experience and understanding of manufacturing, coupled with quality product, is a good place to start in reducing the possibility against failure.
Supply & Installation
Fleming provides a full solution recommendation complete with detailed CAD drawings and factory scale layouts. The attention to detail and accuracy our design team implements into our drawings calculates exact quantities of installation components bringing our projects in on budget without hidden cost or excess leftovers.
A Fleming project manager will be assigned to co-ordinate the entire installation time-line from delivery onsite to final handover to minimise down time and interruption to your daily business.
Parts & Maintenance
Fleming’s service installation teams will ensure ongoing post-installation support and maintenance.
It is Fleming’s recommendation that customers consider an (optional) Preventative Maintenance Scheme to reduce the possibility against future failure. Preventative Maintenance is delivered by one of Fleming’s trained service technicians.
Spare Parts: We know how important the speed of repair should be. If spare parts are required at any point in the life of the equipment, Fleming can either arrange same-day despatch (on orders before 12 noon) on quality replacement parts, or, arrange immediate order and delivery within 7 working days if coming from overseas. Our financial investment to carry strong hold of all main spare parts locally is backed with an automatic re-ordering schedule.
Service: 24 hour/365 Days a Year – Fleming provides a 24 hour call out service all year round. Our national team of experienced technicians are passionate about plastics, chillers and conveyors, and will attend to the issue in the shortest time possible. Please call Fleming between 8am to 5pm (excluding public holidays):
- Within Australia: 1300 730 736
- Within New Zealand: 0800 442 569
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