Enmin Vibratory Equipment bag discharge station
Enmin Vibratory Equipment has released a bag discharge station that utilises vibratory conveying and screening.
Full bags are manually or automatically loaded onto a simple flat belt conveyor that sends them onto a vibratory conveying system which presents them to a special cutting head. Bags are effectively slit during the vibratory conveying process and the released product is conveyed to the discharge chute at the end of the system.
The discharged product goes through the screening platform ensuring any unwanted material is retained and unwanted lumps broken down in the process.
The bag is subject to continuous vibration during the process ensuring complete discharge of the bag’s contents onto the screening platform. The empty bag can be either manually removed or, where automation is required, via a simple pick-and-place robotic arm.
The cutting head is safely protected by an enclosed cage which is locked to prevent unauthorised entry.
The equipment offers a safer and more cost-effective process that is suitable for use within food and pharmaceutical industries where strict hygiene standards are required as all contact surfaces are stainless steel, making them easy to clean.
Phone: 03 9800 6777
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