belt feeder

belt feeder

[′belt ‚fēd·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A short belt conveyor used to transfer granulated or powdered solids from a storage or supply point to an end-use point; for example, from a bin hopper to a chemical reactor.
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Tenders are invited for manufacturing and supply of belt conveyor and belt feeder of gravimetric r c feeder for overhauling of unit no 11 of 3x200 mw btps obra
belt feeder, with hydraulic variable speed drive, is standard and has proven performance and versatility in demanding and varied working environments.
Throughput of the extruder is measured by the K-Tron Smart Weigh Belt Feeder (SWB).
Another station will show an FB130 loss-in-weight belt feeder with a K-Tron Premier P10 vacuum receiver.
* Also, the belt feeder has an 8-cubic-meter capacity and is fitted with a radio controlled tipping reject grid as standard.
Warsaw Machinery introduces the Tyler Endless Belt Hopper Feeder, a bottom endless belt feeder for automatic feeding of variable lengths of lumber from a vertical stack.
From there, lumps of copper ore are fed to a 110-in.-wide belt conveyor through a 120-in.-wide belt feeder that has a 40-in.
For more accuracy, it is desirable to have a weigh belt feeder or a flow bin that meters the sand going into the muller.
The Model MH weigh belt feeder from Thayer Scale is capable of accurately measuring and controlling feed rates up to 3,000 tph.
The MWF-SGSP-OS Ultra-Sanitary Open Construction Weigh Belt Feeder can provide either a "closed loop" gravimetric control of material feed rate or an "open loop" control for precise convey rate output and totalization of an uncontrolled or intermittent material supply.
* Has a standard 6-foot-by-20-foot horizontal style screen with a rear feed roller belt feeder and a receiving hopper that can be directly fed with a loader or excavator.
The plant's large surge hopper with remote controlled grid and variable speed belt feeder allows loader feed from either side to increase productivity and flexibility.