The Fullerator™ aeration pad solves even the most difficult material flow problems by combining aeration with vibration. The rubber pad creates an aggressive vibration on the vessel floor or wall as the result of airflow. Vibration is very effective to enhance flow for all types of dry bulk materials.
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Application

N/A The Fullerator aeration pad solves even the most difficult material flow problems by combining aeration with vibration. The rubber pad creates an aggressive vibration on the vessel wall as the result of airflow. Vibration is very effective to enhance flow for all types of dry bulk materials.

  • Economical
  • Durable construction
  • Easy installation
  • Self-cleaning
  • Suitable for abrasive materials
  • Uses low or high pressure air
  • Vibratory action promotes air flow
  • Use with granular or powdered materials
  • 303 stainless steel stud with hex head for easy removal
  • Use in any type of silo, bin or tank
  • Rated to 350°F (177°C), intermittent to 425°F (218°C)
  • High flow design - solves problems where others fail

Specifications

Stud

N/A 303 stainless steel stud with hex head

Rated Temperature

N/A 350 ºF177 ºC

Intermittent Temperature

N/A 425 ºF218 ºC

Solves Flow Problems with Many Materials

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  • Alumina
  • Ash
  • Bag house dust
  • Barlite
  • Bentonite
  • Carbon black
  • Cement
  • Clay
  • Calcium carbonate
  • Cornstarch
  • Cement clinker
  • Diatomaceous earth
  • Fly ash
  • Flour
  • Flourospar
  • Gypsum
  • Lime
  • Perlite
  • PVC resin/plastic Powders
  • Salt
  • Sand
  • Soda ash
  • Sugar
  • Soap powder
  • Talc
  • and more

Installation

N/A Locate Fullerators to facilitate multiple channels of material flow. The maximum spacing between each aeration pad in a single channel should not exceed 14”. Difficult materials may require closer spacing and additional channels.

Air Consumption

N/A Fullerators use a special high flow design to permit the flow of additional aeration air. Fullerators pass over 50% more aeration flow than comparable designs, helping to accommodate the most difficult materials. Some applications require the control of aeration airflow by use of a throttling valve and / or pressure-reducing regulator. Apply aeration air only when material flow is required. Airflow may be continuous or applied intermittently for difficult applications. Pulsing air on and off reduces air consumption and helps shock the material to flow. Consult FLSmidth for additional recommendations.