vibratory equipment

vibratory equipment

[′vī·brə‚tȯr·ē i′kwip·mənt]
(mechanical engineering)
Reciprocating or oscillating devices which move, shake, dump, compact, settle, tamp, pack, screen, or feed solids or slurries in process.
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The continuous-duty vibrators are used on vibratory equipment such as feeders, conveyors, screeners and tables and are also used as flow aids on bins and hoppers.
We provide ADI customers with the most efficient, high quality vibratory equipment possible.
Aggregate operations require vibratory equipment that can perform well during high-volume production and also withstand dirt, dust and corrosive conditions.
JVI Vibratory Equipment manufactures heavy-duty electromechanical
Mogensen vibratory equipment is in use worldwide handling the most comprehensive possible range of bulk-solid process materials.
In its current statement, the private equity firm said the new company will operate as Syntron Material Handling LLC, with headquarters in Tupelo, Mississippi and operations in Changshu, China and Salt Lake City, Utah, making conveyor and vibratory equipment used to load, transport and feed bulk materials.
If symptoms appear, cease gardening, ironing, sewing, crocheting, and the use of vibratory equipment.
Ideal applications are said to include shock and vibration isolation such as engine mounting, cooling system mounting, motor mounting and vibratory equipment applications.
An equipment modernisation programme (EMP) offers an extensive range of equipment support services, including training, maintenance, service and parts, consumables, polyuerethane fixtures and masking, plus media supplies for blasting, vibratory equipment and washing.
He has also developed some interesting processes and vibratory equipment for settling concrete and concrete composites into the steel skeletons that form the base of each UniSlab panel.
I don't believe vibratory equipment with wire mesh decks are very often used on the big product, because there is too much splinter wood and wire, and things like that will get jammed.
Hignett adds, "In vibratory equipment, media density (weight) impacts how aggressively material is removed from workpieces.