Design and production of vibrating resonant feeders
Resonance feeder 80 by 650 mm
Consumption of 50 watts Dbi up to one ton per hour with a suitable base for installation under KDC type tanks without the need for repairs and suitable for continuous work
Resonance feeder with tube carrier
220 V 50W 1t/h (powder 0.5 kg/lit)
suitable for permanent work
resonance sieve dimensions 70 by 50 and 100 by 70 cm Consumption of 100 watts and tonnage of 7 tons per hour powder with a density of half a kilo per liter and mesh with 3 by 3 mm springsThe output tonnage depends on the size of the grid springs
How does a vibrating feeder work?
Vibratory feeders utilize both vibration and gravity to move material forward. The force of gravity influences these parts to shift direction, causing them to move down or laterally. Simultaneously, vibration is employed to trigger the material’s movement.
How does an electromagnetic feeder work?
No matter the size, all these systems, including electromagnetic feeder, work on the same principle: they moves product by making the feeder vibrate. The pieces in the feeder, when it start to vibrate, move in a series of small hops. This series of hops create a flow, a constant motion of pieces.