Vibration Systems & Solutions
For over 30 years, VSS has supplied flow aid solutions to keep product moving from hoppers, bins and chutes. Whether pneumatic rotary, pneumatic linear or electric rotary, the right vibrators, mounted correctly, will give just the right force to move your product smoothly and effectively. Damage to bins is eliminated and a continuous flow of product is assured. We also supply settling tables and electro-pneumatic feeding systems.
|Phone:||08 9473 0120|
|Fax:||08 9272 5130|
19 Clavering Road , Bayswater WA 6053 (Directions)
VSS has worked with two of its clients to create conveyors that move up to 17 t/h of sardines, quietly and with minimal air use.
Vibration Systems & Solutions has released a smaller version EziPack vibrating feeder - the EziPack 4 - which features a 4 L hopper and reduced tray size.
Vibrating conveyors from Vibration Systems & Solutions have no moving parts, other than the simple drive by pneumatic vibrator. This linear vibrator is the only moving part in the system and is designed with an air cushion at each end of the stroke, eliminating no metal-to-metal impact and with virtually no noise. This design overcomes the limitations of crank drive systems which have a sudden stop and start at each end of the stroke, causing stress on the mechanism and the bearings of the motor.
Other than the simple drive pneumatic vibrator, vibrating conveyors from Vibration Systems & Solutions have no moving parts. They use a stainless steel tray made from a single folded piece of steel which, depending on length, has no welds or joins to harbour pathogens. This also gives a simpler washdown with no corners or crevices to worry about, with the added advantage that excess water can be vibrated away down the tray.
The latest feeder from Vibration Systems & Solutions claims to give the best possible accuracy when filling small containers.
Emptying hoppers can be a chore when the product doesn't want to come out. The usual method is hammering, or better, use a vibrator, properly sized and with the correct action.
Using two electric vibrating motors has long been the usual method of getting a true vertical action in a vibrating table. This is a good system when the application doesn't change, but often the table may be used for many purposes. This then means that either a compromise is needed between the various applications or a variable speed motor is required.
While the more common drive for vibratory conveyors is by electric vibrating motors, their physical characteristics make them inherently unsuitable for very large strokes and long conveyor lengths, since they need to drive through the centre of gravity of the tray. To obtain a true linear action two motors are needed with consequent increase in weight and complexity.