Enmin LD electromagnetic vibratory drives

Wednesday, 16 February, 2011 | Supplied by: Enmin Pty Ltd

The latest generation of electromagnetic vibratory drives from Enmin are proving their flexibility in satisfying vibratory feeder requirements where long or very wide trays are a requirement.

In the past to accommodate these requests very large drives were used requiring multiples of springs to achieve the distances - the problem was even more complicated when very wide trays were requested.

The electromagnetic drives offer repeatable accuracy and multiple drives can be easily engineered into long or wide tray designs. This flexibility offers several benefits; the overall tray design can be altered at any stage by adding or reducing the number of drives, standard off-the-shelf drives are used, a cost advantage is present and the overall profile of the equipment is much more compact.

In one example four drives have been used in line to accommodate a 3.5 m tray length. The drives are electrically controlled from a single station which, due to the stabilised circuits, ensures all drives operate in unison. The whole assembly is mounted on a mobile base with lockable castors, meaning the unit can be quickly relocated for production or cleaning.

As well as inline or side-by-side arrangements, the company’s engineers have constructed designs where triangular positioned drives are used, and offset arrangements where 90° conveying bends have been requested.

The LD range of electromagnetic drives offers the greatest flexibility in the design of vibratory feeders and, with their HACCP accreditation, are readily accepted in numerous areas of the food industry.

Online: www.enmin.com.au
Phone: 03 9800 6777
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