Screw pumps: easy pneumatic conveying of free-flowing bulk material
Screw pumps offer continuous operation to a process that depends on reliability. Low maintenance, low wear, with high capacities that can cover long distances. Our Fuller-Kinyon® (FK) screw pumps and pump systems are proven to deliver, with expertise stretching back 100 years.
What we offer
Pneumatic screw conveying of dry, free-flowing, pulverized materials
Manufacturing industries depend on reliable conveying systems. Pneumatic conveying is at the heart of these facilities, with its ability to transport materials quickly and easily by using compressed air. Screw pumps are an especially reliable and efficient type of pneumatic conveying because they are built to last with lower overall power consumption.
Type M Fuller-Kinyon® Screw Pumps are heavy-duty, screw-type pneumatic pumps most commonly used to convey dry, free-flowing, pulverized materials from grinding mills, transfer materials from silo to silo, transfer dust from collectors, and load and unload railcars, ships and barges. The materials are conveyed anywhere a pipeline can be run and to any number of delivery points. Distances of up to 4500 feet (~1375 meters) are not uncommon.
Heavy-duty screw pumps for demanding applications
Our continuously operating conveying units benefit from a sturdy design with low wear and tear.
These heavy-duty, screw-type pneumatic pump systems are most commonly used to convey dry, free-flowing, pulverized materials from grinding mills, transfer materials from silo to silo, transfer dust from collectors, and load and unload railcars, ships and barges. The materials are conveyed literally anywhere a pipeline can be run and to any number of delivery points. Distances of up to 4,500 feet (~1,375 meters) are not uncommon.
FK Screw pumps are designed to operate continuously and benefit from a sturdy design with low wear and tear. The housing is made with cast iron/steel that meets ATEX standards for shock-proof construction, ensuring your safety. The wear parts are hard-faced to provide high reliability and can be specially equipped to handle highly abrasive materials. The pump systems are flexible in design to accommodate many different head room requirements.
The FK Screw Pump is easy to maintain and energy-efficient, making it a very cost-effective means of transporting high volumes of materials.
Screw pumps that deliver - energy efficient, flexible and effective
Designed for dense phase, dilute phase and mixed phase conveying
Fuller-Kinyon® Screw Pump
Fuller-Kinyon Type M Pumps are constructed of cast iron and steel, and mounted on a cast iron base. Type M pumps are equipped with ball bearings that support a pump screw at both ends to help provide a smooth, balanced operation. The screw is dynamically balanced. Areas of the screw, and other parts of the pump that are in direct contact with the material to be conveyed, are made of hardened, wear-resistant material and special hard surfacing. The screw is directly coupled to the driving motor but can be v-belt driven.
What we offer
Upgrade your FK pump for peak performance
Pneu-Flap Torque Controller for Fuller-Kinyon Pumps
valve torque can make a surprising difference to the performance of your FK
Pump. It affects everything from component wear to throughput and power
Pneu-Flap™ pneumatic flapper torque controller is designed to provide a
constant torque through the full range of motion of your FK Pump discharge
flapper valve. This ensures a strong material seal at all times between the
pressurized conveying line and the pump screw. Reduced flapper valve movement
and reduced backflow increase the life and efficiency of your equipment, so
you’re spending less on maintenance and less on power consumption and seeing
the gains in performance.
conditions change, so the Pneu-Flap™ is designed to be easily adjusted online.
You can even change materials without needing to shut down.
capacity. More stable operation. Lower costs. It’s a no-brainer.
Fuller-Kinyon Pump Auto-Lube System
failure can bring your FK Pump to a halt. You can avoid it by ensuring the
bearing is properly lubricated – but that can be harder than it sounds. Too
much lubricant can clog the bearing up. Too little and the damage can quickly
cause the bearing to fail. Repair
costs quickly mount up, not to mention the cost of downtime while maintenance
is carried out.
precisely dosing the perfect amount of lubricant, the Auto-Lube System ensures
the bearing keeps running – and so does your FK Pump. The 2-litre storage
capacity enables the Auto-Lube System to deliver continuously for up to 4
months before a refill is required. The system even monitors bearing
temperature, so you’ll know if anything is amiss and you’ll be able to react to