electromagnetic vibrating feeder
- There is no rotating parts, no lubrication, simple structure and easy maintenance;
- It adopts the micro-projectile motion and the wear of the trough is small;
Electromagnetic vibrating feeder is a relatively new type of quantitative feeding equipment, which is able to adapt to the requirements of continuous production. Therefore, it has been widely used in mining, metallurgy, coal, building materials, light industry, chemical industry, electricity, machinery, food, medicine and other industrial and mining production processes. The electromagnetic vibrating feeder is mainly used to send the massive, granular and powdery materials from the storage silo or hopper to the feeding device uniformly, continuously and quantitatively. In addition, it can be used as the feeding device for the viscous and powdery materials in the industrial sectors of belt conveyors, bucket elevators, screening equipment, cement mill, crusher etc. It also can be used for automatic batching and quantitative packaging as well as the process of the automatic control to achieve the automation of the production process.
1.There is no rotating parts, no lubrication, simple structure and easy maintenance;
2.It adopts the micro-projectile motion and the wear of the trough is small;
3.The trough that is made of suitable materials can be applicable to convey the materials of high temperature and corrosive materials.
Due to its simple structure, easy maintenance and low power consumption, the electromagnetic vibrating feeder has wide application range. According to the performance requirements, the configuration should be designed to minimize the pressure of the tank from the materials, the effective discharge port shall not be greater than a quarter of the slot width and the flow speed of the material should be control within the 6-18m / min. Moreover, at the discharge port located at the bottom of the storage, the blocking plate with enough height should be installed, but it should not be fixed on the tank to avoid affecting the performance of the feeder.
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