What is a Pneumatic Hammer Knocking System?

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Jenny Seim
Technical Writer

A pneumatic hammer knocking system is designed to control material build-up inside of a rotary drum. The hammer is mounted above a strike plate on the drum, and delivers an adjustable amount of force as set by the operator. This force “knocks” the drum and dislodges material build-up from the interior of the drum.

Key features include:

  • The ability to reduce noise by turning the knockers off when they are not needed.
  • The option to retro-fit knockers onto any existing drum.
  • Variable frequency enables the drum to be knocked in a different location with each strike as the drum rotates.

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Jenny Seim is a technical writer and service specialist.

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