Bank Drive Thru Tube

Possibly you’ve heard of bank drive thru equipment before. It is also possible that you’ve been served from a bank when you are seated in your car. This ideally means that you have enjoyed the services of a bank drive thru tube. It is basically a set of equipment that allows for communication between two different parties.

Different industries have reported a reduction in the overall total costs ranging to millions of dollars in transportation, thanks to the bank drive thru tube. It has made transportation and communication faster, more efficient, effective and to a great extent effortless.

The first bank drive thru tube was put into use in 1928 in New York and since then, the banking industry, alongside several other industries, has embraced the bank drive thru tube. Large plastic containers known as pneumatic carriers are fitted into pneumatic tubes to facilitate the safe harboring and carrying of a load.

There are two types of pneumatic carriers in a bank drive thru tube:

  • Single carrier- it allows items to be carried only one way. Items in the single carrier are primarily carried by means of pushing.
  • Multicarrier- it allows items to be sent and received concurrently. Items in the multicarrier are carried by both pushing and pulling.

A powerful set of equipment, bank drive thru tubes usually work by means of pressure, a vacuum, or both. The system has powerful mechanics which enable it to determine the carrier with which a given load will be carried based on the weight. Lighter materials are carried by means of a vacuum while the heavier ones are propelled by pressure.

The bank drive thru has a computer control center which makes it very easy for the user to operate it. It is also designed in such a way that it can be easily dismantled to allow for any kind of expansions.

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