Known for their corrosion resistance and high performance, heavy-duty electromechanical Vibratory Feeder are used to increase the bulk handling productivity with controlled high feed rates which further results in improvement of cost-per-ton handling efficiency. These feeders includes electromagnetic feeders, electromechanical vibratory feeders, inclined vibro grizzly feeder, vibratory furnace charger. These are ruggedly constructed to minimize the maintenance and improve the production efficiency. All our feeders need separate controllers and have very dependable, flexible solid-state control. The feed rates are adjustable and the response is prompt.
Known for their corrosion resistance and high performance, heavy-duty Electromechanical Vibratory Feeders are used to increase the bulk handling productivity with controlled high feed rates which further results in improvement of cost-per-ton handling efficiency. These are ruggedly constructed to minimize the maintenance and improve the production efficiency.
EMF feeders are offered in various models with different capacities ranging from 10 to 500 tons per hour, based on dry sand weighing 100 pounds per cubic foot.
These capacities depend on:
We offer heavy-duty Electromagnetic Feeder that are used for increasing bulk handling productivity along with controlling high feed rates that improve cost-per-ton handling competence. These emf Electromagnetic Feeders are ruggedly constructed so as to ensure less maintenance and better production efficiency.
We offer a range of vibratory feeders that are available in numerous models with capacities ranging from 10 to 500 tons per hour, based on dry sand weighing 50 kgs per cubic foot.
The capacities vary drastically and depend on:
|Type of construction||Linear oscillator driven by two unbalanced motors, made of vibration resistant carbon steel|
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|Accessories||Wear protection Flexible connections for inlet and outlet Base frame|
Inclined Vibro Grizzly Feeder are applied for both primary as well as secondary crushing stations. These feeders are used to regulate the feeding of the jaw/cone crusher, which enables smooth run of the crusher with high production rate. The Vibro feeders with Grizzly sections control the feed rate to the crusher by removing unnecessary material & bypassing the smaller material to the crusher for maximizing crushing capacity. Some of its prominent characteristics include:
Vibratory Furnace Charger consists of a vibrating feeder mounted on a moving trolley with a storage hopper mounted above the feeder. The metallic components like scrap, bales, pig iron and foundry retains are stored in the hopper. The hopper shape is specially designed to enable bulky and irregular scrap pieces to be extracted without problem. The withdrawal of the scrap from the hopper is carried out by a specially built vibrating feeder. The feeder design is such that the materials conveyed are spread out into individual pieces as they flow toward the feeder discharge.
This technique brings about a greater accuracy of dispensing. The metallic components are dosed either into a weigh hopper or directly into the charge bucket or by lifting magnet on crane hook with digital weigh scale.
The charging car on the vibrating furnace charger comprises a discharge chute with vibratory feeder for the metallic components and s hopper all mounted on the traveling framework with drive gear. The discharge snout is inclined and formed of a rounded trough to bring about a good charge distribution and enable irregular or bulky pieces of scrap or returns to be discharged. The feeder is driven by unbalanced motors. The vibration frequency can be altered by an A. C. Inverter, thereby regulating the feed velocity and also influencing the noise emission. The batch hopper as well as the charging feeder is built in sandwich construction which reduces the noise generated by contact between the charge materials and the hopper walls or feeder deck. However, this does not eliminate the noise produced by contact between the charge pieces themselves.
Once the charge is prepared it is put into the storage hopper of the traveling charger. The charger drives from the loading point onto the furnace platform in front of the induction furnace. The furnace hood is arranged in such a way that it can be fitted for charging pouring. The furnace lid itself hangs from a chain inside the hood. The hood is raised and the charging machine drives upto the charging point and than the vibrating feeder is energised, the furnace is filled and as the contents are melted down the furnace is kept full.