vibrating feeder

vibrating feeder

[′vī‚brād·iŋ ′fēd·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A feeder for bulk materials (pulverized or granulated solids), which are moved by the vibration of a slightly slanted, flat vibrating surface.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The vibrating feeder automatically regulates the flow of material into the crusher based on the engine load and this ensures that an optimal choke feed is kept in the jaw.
The two MCCs are fed by a short vibrating feeder that correctly distributes and places the castings.
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Under one cell at one time one vibrating feeder is operating only, the other serves as 100% reserve.
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Material is then fed into the plant via a vibrating feeder. From the crushing chamber, the material moves to a conveyor, where it is either discharged into a stockpile or fed to another plant.
For example, a bowl or vibrating feeder may be attached.
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The EMF-Series two-mass electromechanical vibrating feeder is designed to allow greater control over high-capacity feed rates and productivity, while lowering costs per ton in a wide variety of aggregate, mining and mineral applications.