Mass Flow Transfers
Overview and Key Concepts
A mass flow transfer is created when you make an 'A' connection between two Mass Flow Conveyors. By default, mass flow transfers will cause the conveyors to behave as-if they were snapped together directly. In other words, if you create a mass flow transfer between two conveyors, the upstream conveyor will perform its flow distribution algorithm as if the downstream conveyor were attached directly to its end.
You would use a mass flow transfer for the following reasons:
- The layout of various objects in the model makes it difficult or burdensome to snap the conveyors together directly.
- You want flow between the conveyors to convert from one unit to a different unit.
The Mass Flow Transfer uses the following properties panels:
- Mass Flow Transfer - only shown on downstream transfers
The Mass Flow Transfer object shares several properties with all fixed resources:
Additionally, downstream Mass Flow Transfer objects include the following properties: