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How the Olds Elevator Works
A tubular casing with attached intake scoops rotates around a static screw. (See Fig. 1)
Generous clearance is provided between the static screw and the casing. This clearance is an important feature that prevents product damage, casing wear and metal-on-metal contact.
Your bulk material in the feed hopper typically covers the intake scoops. The Olds elevator self-feeds at a controlled rate as it rotates.
Friction against the inner wall of the casing rotates your material and causes product resting on the screw flight to move gently up the inclined face of the screw in mass flow.
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