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Dynamic Features of Vibratory Feeder

KDE - Oct 7 2012
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Question:A vibratory feeder is an instrument that uses vibration to 'feed' material to a process or machine. Vibratory feeders use both vibration and gravity to move material. Gravity is used to determine the direction, either down, or down and to a side, and then vibration is used to move the material. They are mainly used to transport a large number of smaller objects.

Many varieties of vibratory feeders operate mechanically, either through the interaction of gears or other mechanical means. But vibratory feeders can also have magnetic drives, which means that their motion is controlled by the interaction of magnets within the drive. Electromagnetic vibratory feeders are characterized by a number of favorable factors, including high conveying speed and quick stopping, efficiency in terms of consumption of electricity and many other favorable qualities.

Despite the differences in operation, electromagnetic vibratory feeders are capable of the same kinds of material handling tasks as other vibratory feeder varieties. Like other kinds of vibratory feeders, electromagnetic vibratory feeders are capable of moving objects within an industrial facility. They can be used to transport ingredients to destinations within manufacturing processes, they can be used to transport finished products to packaging and they can be used for all manner of other small objects handling within industrial facilities.

Electromagnetic vibratory feeders are particularly suited to applications where precise control over vibration is needed. This can be achieved with electromagnetic feeders because their drive mechanisms can be controlled and stopped more easily than some mechanical alternatives. For these reasons, electromagnetic vibratory feeders are often favorable alternatives to other feeders with different drive mechanisms.mineral ore:http://www.hx-crusher.com/n233.html
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Smooth vibration, reliable operation, long service life, low noise, low power consumption, easy to adjust, simple structure, easy to install, light weight, small volume, simple maintenance.

Vibrating grizzly feeder(Feed grizzly) used in extraction and conveyance of materials of very large size from storage bins and hoppers, and are conveyed to downstream crushers, while screening the materials. Vibrating Grizzly feeder is used in feeding calcareous, calcium containing material with a size up to 1,000mm at 600m3 per hour also it is used for the separation of fines from primary feed or secondary feed to the crushing plant and is meant for heavy duty applications.

As the best of vibratory feeder’s various structural parameters, directional mechanism and the size of driving force are determined and affected by the different materials’character, shapes, and surface features and feeding requirements, the matching problem of the multi-performance indexes and multi-influence parameters is still a difficult and key issue in research. Therefore, it is necessary to use the theoretical and calculational methods to establish the dynamic model and the kinematic model, to further study on optimum structural design of electromagnetic vibratory feeder and its dynamic characteristics.

vibratory feeder:http://www.hx-crusher.com/vibrating_feeder.html
Vibrating grizzly feeder:http://www.hx-crusher.com/vibrating_feeder.html

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