Multi Valve Air Cannon

Using a single air tank with up to five independent valves, the Martin® Multi Valve Air Cannon improves flow at five discharge points.

Features and Benefits:

  • Five independent valves housed within a single 60-gallon tank allow for five application points sourced from a single reservoir
  • Has the ability to fire more than one valve at once
  • No need to hang air tanks high on vessel walls. Air is carried from the central reservoir through flex hoses or steel pipe to the discharge point
  • Centralized location removes working components from exposure to high temperatures and process dust
  • Even if one valve requires service, the multiple-valve system continues to function in nearly all cases

Application Guidelines: 

  • For use wherever traditional single-valve/tank assemblies are installed
  • Provides flexibility ideal for hard-to-reach applications and where space is limited 

Our technicians and engineers are available to provide expert advice and assistance on this product and all of your bulk material handling questions and problems. Please contact us today and let us help!


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