What Are The Characteristics And Uses Of TSX Vibrating Screen Feeder?

The vibrating screen feeder is a completely enclosed machine with a static shell and an internal stainless steel vibrating disk. The machine is bolted directly to any filter screen.

It is designed to improve the efficiency of the screen by distributing the material particles across the entire width of the wire mesh. The design and vibration of the disc regulate the inflow of materials by absorbing the momentum of high-speed materials or “fluidizing” slowly moving materials.

Use our vibrator feeder to drive the motor, which is supported by specially developed rubber buffer to vibrate the pot. The inclination of the feeder disk can be adjusted to meet specific material requirements and equipment configuration. In addition to translation adjustment, the vibrating screen feeder also provides an optional adjustable baffle to fine tune the material flow, and is equipped with a standard access door for inspection and maintenance.

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The vibrating screen feeder can effectively distribute the materials on the entire width of the screen inlet to avoid any direct material flow only on a small part of the screen, which is helpful to maximize the expected life of the screen. Open the manual of vibrating screen feeder. The vibrating screen feeder has been updated recently. Vibrating screen feeder can be your solution to improve screen efficiency.

Characteristic: the ability to run through the feeder  products range from 10 to 250 miles per hour in 48, 60, “72” and 84 “width, screen feeder size can be adjusted to match any  stainless steel, double taper feeding plate, biaxial eccentric drive motor with vibrating screen floating on top of the drive system, roll back cover allowed into the feeder, Check material flow and perform maintenance of access doors on both sides of feeder.

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