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Gough Engineering is the UK’s Floveyor partner for aero-mechanical conveying solutions
The original and best aero-mechanical conveyor.
Floveyor first invented the aero-mechanical conveyor in 1958 and is the only company continuing to develop this technology today. There have been many lesser imitations sold over the years, but none that has been able to match the modern aero-mechanical technology offered by Floveyor.
As the UK’s Floveyor partner, Gough Engineering provides new systems, replacement rope assemblies and parts and maintenance services and support. Our aim is to simplify your materials handling with a clean and safe conveying solution.
For an uncomplicated, versatile and economical materials conveying solution, choose a Floveyor.
If you want to see a Floveyor in action, like the one shown to the right, Gough Engineering can set up your own on-site demo unit to operationally assess your material’s behaviour.
For certain applications that require product separation or sieving, Gough can provide a combination of equipment. For example, you may need a Floveyor system transferring material up and into a Vibrecon separator to minimise bag handling.
Combinations of Gough equipment, such as this, can reduce manual handling, provide smooth integration of material handling and improve quality assurance processes. This applies to material classification, ranging from small-scale installations to full Big Bag handling systems with screening and transfer capabilities into road tankers or silos. Whatever your requirements, Gough’s in-house design and engineering services, with modern fabrication and manufacturing facilities, will supply the right solution.
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Each company using Floveyor technology will have a unique set of needs. However, we understand that the following factors are often some of the most important in maintaining an efficient operation:
Floveyor equipment is used to convey granules, dry powders, flakes or pellets. An example of efficient engineering, the aero-mechanical conveyors use a compact motor to power an internally circulating rope assembly at high speed. The circulating rope generates pockets of fast-moving air that suspends and conveys the product to the upper housing, where it is discharged via centrifugal force to the desired collection point.
A unique materials handling system, Floveyor fluidising technology is suitable for a number of industry applications.
Floveyor’s product lines are available globally. As the UK’s official Floveyor partner, Gough Engineering offers the following product lines depending on industry and application:
Food & Beverage: Elementa, Nutria & Pura: the ideal solution for flour, sugars, starches to blended products, glutens and life sciences.
Agriculture: Avida & Elementa: for material s such as stock feeds, supplements, grains for animal nutrition, pet foods and grains.
Manufacturing: Avida, Robusta & Endura: from plastics, detergents, silica, limestone to carbon blacks and inorganic powders.
Mining & Resources: Endura: for materials such as lithium, graphite, nickels and nitrates.
Chemical Processing: Endura: for chemical life sciences, adhesives, paints and agrichemicals.
Contact us today to discuss your requirements.
Gough Engineering supplies material handling and process equipment, including aero mechanical conveyors to companies and industries around the world. Some of our superb customer heritage can be seen in our client list below.
The Floveyor products are in compliance with the relevant requirements of European Union food contact regulations below, under the conditions of use prescribed:
Here at Gough Engineering, we enjoy keeping on top of the latest industry news, events and innovations. Read our case studies to find out how our Floveyor Aero Mechanical are put to use.
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