Hanging feeder introduction:
The GZG series self-synchronizing inertial vibrating feeder is used to uniformly or quantitatively feed the block, granule and powder materials from the storage bin or the funnel to the receiving device. For example, feeding, batching, etc. to crushing, coal preparation, screening, transportation, packaging machinery, and the like.
Hanging feeder principle:
The feeding process of the GZG series motor vibrating feeder is realized by using a special vibrating motor or two motors to drive the exciter to drive the feeding trough in the oblique direction for periodic linear reciprocating vibration. When the vertical component of the acceleration of the vibration of the feed tank is greater than the acceleration of gravity, the material in the tank is thrown up and jumps forward according to the trajectory of the parabola, and the throwing and falling are completed in an instant, due to the continuous excitation of the excitation source, The trough continuously vibrates and the coal in the trough continuously jumps forward to achieve the purpose of feeding.
Hanging feeder features:
1. Small size, light weight, simple and compact structure;
2, easy to install, maintain, low operating costs;
3, high efficiency, large feeding capacity;
4. Low noise is conducive to improving the working environment;
5, low power consumption, high power factor;
6. The device works in the far super resonance state, so the amplitude is stable, the operation is reliable, and the adaptability to various materials is strong;
7. After adding the motor speed controller, it is convenient to adjust the feeding amount steplessly without adjusting the eccentric block.
Hanging feeder parameters:
Note: Parameters are subject to change without prior notice, please contact us.
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Hanging feeder price:
The price is determined by the customer's model, so please call us.
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