vibrating conveyor

vibrating conveyor

[′vī‚brād·iŋ kən′vā·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
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Five grams of peanut kernels in an aluminum tray were pulse light-treated after they were placed on a conventional conveyor, a vibrating conveyor, a rotating glass tube and on an ice tray.
The machine can process a half-ton bin dump at once, and its oscillating motion moves grapes evenly and gently onto a vibrating conveyor that can be set to feed a manual sorting line, destemmer or press.
Popular models include the Eriez[R] Horizontal Motion Conveyor, High Volume Vibrating Conveyor, and VMC Electromagnetic Conveyor, among others.
The pellets are at a temperature of 150-160 C when they exit the dryer onto a vibrating conveyor.
Nordson claims that the temperature of the pellets are between 150-160[degrees]C when they exit the dryer onto a vibrating conveyor.
During the filtering process, large stones, glass, plastic and cans will be removed before magnets pick out steel and iro, after which aluminium are recovered, while vibrating conveyor belts partition smaller pieces of plastic, twigs and grit are taken out.
The machine currently used by Schaeffler consists of a vibrating conveyor belt shaped like the bottom of a tappet, which vibrates the pieces into the groove, and therefore into line, before feeding them into the die.
The company, which employs 26 people, designs and builds the vibrating conveyor tubes which go to and from the weighing hoppers.
From the end of the spiral conveyor, a special vibrating conveyor carries it across to the multihead.
A vibrating conveyor features multi-zone water cooling for conveying products up to 2,000 [degrees] F.
For example, the Food Handling Systems Business Unit developed a "FAST TRACK" for production of its newest product line addition, the Syntron VF Electromagnetic Vibrating Conveyor.
A vibrating conveyor shakes off any remaining moisture and carries the finished vegetables to packaging, dry on the outside and crisp and juicy on the inside.