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Dust-less, enclosed operation keeps the environment clean. No more dust spillage.
Our systems can convey a wide variety of materials from foods, minerals, chemicals, cement, pharmaceuticals, sand, biomass, plastics, ash and much more. We have been conveying these materials for decades and are confident we can be the solution to your process.
How can I select a pneumatic conveying system for my fragile material?
Macawber Group has the ability to provide pneumatic conveying systems which will solve your material handling needs in conjunction with environmental regulations.
We offer full-scale testing and reports on the conveying characteristics for your specific material. We invite you to visit the facility to witness a demonstartion and learn more about our advanced conveying experience
No other valve can achieve as long of a life in harsh environments like the Dome Valve. We are the original designers and patent holders of the Dome Valve.
Macawber Engineering, Inc. has installed tens of thousands of pneumatic conveying systems worldwide.
The 175 year old McClanahan Corporation contracted with Macawber for the supply of 2 Sandpumps for the purpose of outfitting their foundry located in Hollidaysburg, PA with a foundry core sand reclaim and recycle system. The plant engineer devised a plan that would place 2 Macawber Sandpumps in service under silos for new and reclaimed foundry sand. They changed from continuously using 1...
Macawber Group Cement Conveying Systems in Ireland- Ship Loading of Cement
Macawber Group has over 40 years of experience designing pneumatic conveying systems for a wide variety of bulk materials.
The Macpump is a perfect choice to achieve long distance conveying at high tonnage rates, up to 300 t/h.
We are the original designers of the Dome Valve®. The valve is uniquely designed to close and seal in a variety of extremely harsh environments; and has a proven track record of robust performance and industry acceptance.
Blast Recovery, Renovation and Recirculation
Automatic recovery of blast media for resizing and cleaning before recirculation to a storage hopper for refilling of blast cleaning pressure vessel.
Long distance conveying up to 1 km. Can handle up to 100 t/h depending on distance.
Air consumption is minimized compared to other pneumatic conveying systems.
Dust-less, fully enclosed system maintains environment and adheres to federal and local requirements.
Multiple feed points on one conveying line
Dust-less, fully enclosed system eliminates dust spillage. Environmentally responsible.
Efficient and simple controls; system operates on demand only.
10 ESP feed points can be handled on just one conveying line. Dramatically reduces piping requirements.
All ash and combustion by-products can be h...
Ideal use for lower tonnage rates, but still achieves the same distance as the larger models. Cast body design saves on first cost. Extremely efficient; with low air consumption and on-demand operation.
The most efficient/economical way to move sand with low air consumption
Cement conveying has typically been a dirty and inefficient process through the use and misuse of screw pumps and rotary valves. This is no longer required with Macawber systems. We eliminate the need for screw pumps and the high energy requirements and maintenance they require.
Macawber provides products, engineering and maintenance services for Dense Phase Pneumatic Conveying of abrasive or fragile materials such as ash, sand, cement, foods, chemicals and more.
Originally patented in the late 1970′s, the DOME VALVE® is unique in its ability to open and close with a tight pressure seal in environment where abrasive materials are passing. No other valve can achieve as long a life in harsh environments.
Macawber Group - Switch Valves and Flow Diverters are used in Pneumatic Conveying Systems where there are more than one conveying route, reception point or a combination of the two. Keeping up with customer requirements for versatility has given us an opportunity to develop robust switch valves and flow diverters.
The Ashveyor® system is an effective low cost system for the transfer of ash or dust from a line of feed hoppers from Electro Static Precipitators (ESP) or baghouses. It is low cost and low profile and uses less energy than any other solution to multi-pickup point handling. The conveying vessel is a small casting with a heavy wall and is a simple low cost single piece item.
Macawber Group consistently delivers superior machines in terms of maintenance and our ability to handle unique materials in a gentle manner makes us uniquely qualified.
The well-proven Denseveyor is a low velocity dense-phase conveying system assembly that is widely used throughout all process industries in all countries of the world.
The Sandpump® is a development of the Denseveyor® low velocity dense-phase conveying system. It is a value engineered system specifically for the special needs of sand only handling systems.
The Dome Valve ® is used in a wide variety of applications in almost every process. The unique closing and sealing action of the Dome Valve® enables continuous reliable operation where conventional valves fail to perform.
The well-proven MiniDenseveyor is a low velocity dense-phase conveying system assembly that is widely used throughout all process industries in all countries of the world. Designed specifically for smaller conveying rates, utilizing a heavy-duty cast body to save material and fabrication costs.
Have you lost your best vendors?
After years of close working relationships, vendors have been swept away in the deep economic downturn. Reshaping the supply network will require new relationships and a re-examination of available quality and service. For this challenge, we provide a worldwide comprehensive resource of many types of skills and equipment at your disposal.
News articles and press releases for Macawber Group:
Macawber Engineering Celebrates 40 Years in Business.
Macawber has been awarded a substantial contract for conveying EAF Dust for a steel mill located in Arkansas. The order includes 28 Ashveyor systems and is expected to be in operation early 2016.
We welcomed Stuart Systems and Air Techniques to our factory for training at Macawber.
New equipment animations are being developed at Macawber to highlight pneumatic conveying and our top equipment lines, including: Dome Valve, Denseveyor, Sandpump, and Ashveyor!
New Valves for Cement Handling Ship for Brazilian Licensee
Special valves have shipped from Macawber. Valves fail safe and closed/sealed upon loss of utility air or power. And they're explosion proof!
We've added another case study, this time with a long time repeat customer.
In early March, Macawber Engineering Inc. held a Sales Representative Training Day. The attendees came from all over North America. The training and equipment demonstrations were all held on the campus of Macawber’s headquarters in Maryville, Tennessee.
Gunjan, our biofuels technology guru leaves macawber. He's heading for greener pastures (literally).
Sometimes you don't have the budget for all new equipment - that's where Macawber Service can help take the equipment you have and make it like new.
A hot summer's day finds several brand-new systems being loaded on a truck destined for Arizona.
An honorable mention in the news media in Sao Paulo.
Ron Chandler accepts role of Engineering Manager for Macawber China, our Chinese sister company located in Shanghai, China
A beautifully complex pressure let-down, pneumatic injection system heads out the door.
Finally had a chance to receive some really nice photos of our little home at Mactenn, and the good folks who keep it running right!
A few words from our President & CEO on the value of ISO 9001, and why we have strived so hard to obtain it.
Another successful hosting session on the Macawber campus.
A Macpump model T150 is being sent to Poland to move 100t/h nearly 1000m!
Leave it to the heat of summer to run some in-depth customer witness conveying tests.
Bateman of S.Africa has joined our sister company, Mactenn Systems of the UK to help represent in African markets.