After the bowl feeder, the collets were passed through a gravity chute
and a singulator / escapement was provided which held back the collets while a single one was released on receipt of a signal from the customer.
An acequia is a sluiceway or gravity chute
that flows down a mountainside, providing water for a village.
The installation of the ice-maker called for a head for heights with the unit sited atop a 40 foot production tower within Sensient's food colors manufacturing unit with ice being delivered by a gravity chute
to the production line.
Also featured will be the Model 312-DC/SR "Select-A-Rip," integrated with Mereen-Johnson's exclusive Rip Navigator optimizing system and gravity chute
Material can be introduced into the granulator by hand, conveyor, robot, gravity chute
, and ram, roll, or auger feeder.
Similarly, some canister dispensers incorporate a similar feature, shutting down if a sensor detects that the gravity chute
does not contain a full column of desiccant canisters.
* Takeaway-typically powered take-away, gravity takeaway, or gravity chute
Different discharge lane types can be specified, including motor-driven roller conveyors, non-driven roller conveyors or gravity chutes
. Capable of achieving high conveying speeds with lower chain, rail and switch noise, the sorter can handle 12,000, 16 x 16-inch cartons or totes (weighing up to 110 pounds) per hour.
JACOB manufacture thin-walled, modular pipework systems and ducting, with components for air-conveying, extractlines or gravity chutes
. Wih standard diameters from 60mm to 1600mm in galvanised or stainless-steel and powder coated finishes, JACOB cater for all types of pipework installation.
It is ideal for detecting flow conditions of solids and powders in gravity chutes
, feeders, pipelines, conveyor belts or bucket elevators.
The microwave-based instrument tracks flow conditions of powders and granules in gravity chutes
, feeders, pipelines, conveyor belts, or bucket elevators.