As a leading manufacturer of state-of-the-art pneumatic conveying systems, components & accessories, we have what it takes to get you moving in the right direction.

Through more than 40 years of service, Cyclonaire has successfully designed and developed innovative pneumatic conveying solutions for a variety of industries and unique applications. From bulk material transfer to railcar unloading, locomotive track sanding or dust collection, we are confident in our ability to find a solution that optimizes the efficiency of your operation and meets your exact needs.

In addition to complete pneumatic systems, we also produce a full line of components, parts and accessories that seamlessly integrate with our systems to create the exact custom solution for your application.


The original invention on which Cyclonaire was founded was developed and patented in the early 1960’s by Roe Black of Aurora, Nebraska. Black’s invention relied on a single 15 PSI blower combined with a Venturi to vacuum load and discharge a five cubic foot pressure tank into a convey line


The manufacturing rights were sold to York Manufacturing Company. At that time, the “pneumatic transporter” was best known for the role it played in the construction of Interstate 80 through Central Nebraska. Much of the cement used in the construction was unloadd from railcars by Cyclonaire equipment.


Cyclonaire Corporation was founded, and the marketing and manufacturing rights for Cyclonaire were purchased. Since then, Cyclonaire has experienced steady growth.


Emphasis has broadened from railcar unloading systems to include pneumatic transfer application of all types. We work with hundreds of different materials across the broadest spectrum of industrial applications. We continue to be a custom design/build pneumatic conveying systems supplier, and have become a recognized leader in material handling for process and transportation industries. Handling materials from adipic acid to zircon, Cyclonaire offers vacuum, pressure and vacuum/pressure based technology, conveyors, and allied components.