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The right conveyance system can make a big difference in any operation. Nobody understands that better than Cyclonaire, because we’ve been developing and manufacturing innovative pneumatic conveying solutions for more than 44 years. We provide world-class solutions along with uncompromised service at a price that reflects the quality of our products and services.

No two problems in material handling are the same. That’s why we custom design approaches that solve individual problems and challenges. From our complete line of conveyance systems to our components, parts and accessories, our products will enhance your in-plant or on-site process.

Our Leadership Shows in Our Milestones

1960s

Roe Black of Aurora, Nebraska, introduced the Pneumatic Transporter, an invention based on a single 15-PSI blower combined with a Venturi to vacuum load and discharge a five-cf pressure tank into a conveyance line, revolutionizing materials handling.

1966

Black sold his invention to York Manufacturing Company. The Pneumatic Transporter established its reputation on the role it played in the construction of Interstate 80 through central Nebraska. Much of the cement used for the highway was unloaded from railcars by Cyclonaire equipment.

1973

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

Today

What started with a single invention for railcar unloading in the early 1960s has expanded to include pneumatic transfer application of all types. We work with hundreds of different materials across a broad spectrum of industries including rubber, railcar, cement, heavy materials and battery. We are known for our leading-edge custom designed and manufactured vacuum, pressure and vacuum/pressure-based technology, conveyors and allied components for materials of all types, from adipic acid to zircon.

News

Cyclonaire wins 2018 Pinnacle Award for Total Marketing Campaign

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Cyclonaire wins the 2017 Nebraska Developing Youth Talent Initiative Grant

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