During all these years presence in this sector, we specialised extensively in pneumatic conveying consultancy, and have been recognised by many as focused in listening to the customer. Talking to entrepreneurs, craftsmen and technicians, we realised that all the positive implications that a pneumatic transport system has on production are not immediately visible. This is probably due to the fact that there are so many areas and materials that can be moved pneumatically, from agriculture to construction, from chemicals to food.
This is why we give so much importance to the consultancy initial stages, where our professional experience and knowledge meet needs and ideas of those that contact us. Listening to all the details and having a highly personalised approach to the customer, help to avoid problems in the design, implementation or testing of the system.
Careful preventive technical consultancy is a real service to the potential customer, because if our technology does not suits your needs, we would tell you. Apply technicians are experienced and competent professionals who can guide you along a path to improve your business, but if the cost-benefit analysis is not in your favour, we will be the first to explain why.
We are at customers disposal to provide all the needed informations and advices in the pre-sales phase, without any purchase obligation. We aim to build a relationship of trust with people and companies, based on mutual respect and professionalism. Our technicians will be able to offer you a reliable first consultation in a very short time and with inspections at your premises. This study is a technical assessment prior to design and covers:
- an analysis of the needs of the individuals, craftsmen and industries that contact us
- the existence of real benefits in adopting a pneumatic transport system
- the economic feasibility of the project
- the choice of the most suitable solution for the type of work and the environment
- the technical characteristics of the system elements
- the operation and use of the system
- advice on installation