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Vibratory Conveyor Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of vibratory conveyor manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top vibratory conveyor manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any vibratory conveyor company can design, engineer, and manufacture vibratory conveyors to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach vibratory conveyor companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of vibratory scavenger conveyors, vibratory finger conveyors, and recruiting vibratory conveyors.

  • Erie, PA 814-835-6000

    ERIEZ is a global manufacturer of an entire range of vibratory feeders and related machinery. We serve all the process industries, including food, chemical, pharmaceutical, ceramics, glass, packaging, metalworking, minerals processing and others. We also offer feeding machines so that all of your needs can be met. Please contact our company for a quote today!

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  • Rockford, IL 800-562-1868

    Rodix manufactures vibratory feeder controls, inline track drives, drive bases, & bulk storage hoppers for part feeding systems. Our line of vibratory feeder controls feature variable amplitude, variable frequency, line-voltage compensation, UL/cUL Listed, CE Marked, and more. We have experience working with machine integrators, vibratory feed system builders, and manufacturers.

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  • Houston, TX 832-467-3720

    JVI Vibratory Equipment is a leading provider of vibratory process solutions. JVI manufactures vibratory feeders, screens, spiral elevators, conveyors, & grizzlies – all custom designed and manufactured specifically to meet the customer’s exact application requirements. JVI incorporates dry bulk material handling expertise with years of experience to provide innovative, custom machines unsurpassed in quality and performance. For more information, visit us online at www.jvivibratoryequipment.com

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  • Marine City, MI 888-920-1933

    Martin is the leader in industrial vibrators and vibration systems and solutions. We provide the quietest and most energy efficient vibratory feeders, hoppers and compaction tables available and a host of other products to make material flow easy. Martin serves a wide range of manufacturing industries which use our equipment to improve productivity and safety all while increasing the bottom line.

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  • Burlington, ON 888-666-6818

    Feed Rite Automation specializes in the design and manufacture of superior parts feeders and automated equipment. Centrifugal rotary feeders, vibratory bowl feeders, conveyors and more, we have built a reputation for solving difficult parts feeding challenges. Our mission is to provide you with top quality equipment and service from engineering to machining, fabrication, electrical and assembly.

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  • Willoughby, OH info@bellcofeeders.com

    Bellco Feeders specializes in the engineering design and manufacturing of custom vibratory parts feeding systems. The team takes a modern approach and offers products that are unsurpassed in the market for quality, durability, and competitive pricing. Bellco has a full line of parts feeding systems, including vibratory bowl feeders with bulk part hoppers, step feeders, flex feeders, and custom conveyors. For more information and to receive a quick quote, contact us: www.bellcofeeders.com

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Vibratory Conveyors

Vibratory conveyors encompass a wider range of troughs, vibrating screens and trommel screens which convey and/or sort bulk materials during processing. One of the two main types of vibratory feeders, vibratory conveyors are an alternative for powder bulk solids and heterogeneous mixtures which are too delicate, or difficult to convey by pneumatic conveying, screw conveying or belt conveying. Friable or sticky powder bulk solids which would normally cake or agglomerate during screw or pneumatic conveying flow evenly on vibratory conveyors.

Typically used for powder and bulk material handling applications, vibratory conveyors handle products including wood wastes, glass, food products, gypsum, scrap tires, plastics, chemicals, minerals, aggregates, foundry materials and recyclables. For sorting recyclables, trommel screens can be used to cut down on the huge amount of labor required, which is an important step in making recycling a cost-effective part of manufacturing processes. As a result, recycling industries use vibratory conveyors extensively to convey and sort materials such as plastic, wood, crushed cement and metals for reclamation, while fertilizer, sand and gravel, mining and pulp industries use trommel screens and vibrating screens to convey, sift and sort. Additional industries that benefit from vibratory conveyor systems include automotive, pharmaceutical, food processing, petroleum, mining, agricultural, aerospace and packaging.

Vibratory conveyors are metal troughs which vibrate in one direction allowing powder bulk solids or heterogenous mixtures to be conveyed from one process to another. The metal troughs can be covered or uncovered and are typically constructed from mild steel or stainless steel in application-specific configurations. Electromechanical or electromagnetic vibrators are attached to the bottom of the trough at various intervals. While electromechanical vibrators are more common and simpler in design, electromagnetic vibrators offer a smoother conveying motion. The trough is mounted on top of a structural framework through the use of mounting springs. These springs, which could range from leaf springs to steel coil springs, work for shock absorption as well as ensuring that the vibrations occur at a natural frequency. In addition, a drive assembly consisting of sheaves and one or two electric motors, typically unbalanced, are attached to the structural framework in order to ensure that the materials are vibrated in a specific direction. The motors are often constructed from vibration-resistant carbon steel. Some vibratory conveyors have ultra-low vibrations designed specifically for solids which are delicate, sticky or may liquefy, such as gummy bears or lettuce. A vibrating screen is a sizing screen which is vibrated either mechanically or electrically, in order to separate and move pieces resting on the screen. Trommels, or trommel screens are vibrating screens which help sort small particles from large particles.

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Eriez® 76 Series Vibratory Feeders Offer a Proven Solution for the Largest and Most Challenging Application Requirements

  In 2013 Eriez® introduced the supersized 76 Series Vibratory Feeder to satisfy customers’ largest application demands while enabling increased overhang. “Over the past three years, the 76 Series Vibratory Feeder has demonstrated success in operations across various and diverse industries,” says Rob Yandrick, Product Manager-Vibratory. “The 76 has become a popular choice to use with bucket elevators as well as bulk bag unloading, scale feeding and other challenging applications.” The 76 Series Vibratory Feeder--the largest model in the company’s extensive line up of vibratory feeders--supports trays up to approximately... Read More About This

Mike Shattuck Promoted to Eriez® Market Manager-Metals Recycling

Erie, PA —Eriez® is pleased to announce the promotion of Mike Shattuck to Market Manager-Metals Recycling. In this new role, Shattuck’s responsibilities will include developing and implementing selling strategies to expand the sales of all Eriez products into scrap metals markets. Shattuck joined Eriez in 2006 as a Technical Sales Representative. Most recently, he served as Product Manager-Recycling Equipment. “Mike has excelled at developing business throughout his tenure at Eriez,” says Charlie Ingram, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “His efforts have led to the... Read More About This