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Vibrating feeder for sale designed by DSMAC

Vibrating feeder consists of vibrating frame, spring, vibrator, motor vibrating device and motor. The vibrator is made of two fixed eccentric shafts whose gears are jogged. In installation, the two gears must be jogged according to the sign. Through drive of the motor, the two eccentric shafts start rotating to produce a linear huge power which forces the feeder to vibrate. Through vibration, the materials will slip and sling on the funnel, moving forward; when the materials pass the screening part, smaller parts will fall down, avoiding the further crushing, so screening purpose can be reached. 
The Vibrating Feeder for aggregate is mainly used to feed material into the primary crusher homogeneously and continuously. Meanwhile, it can screen material, making the crusher more powerful. Proven performance and maintenance free operation make our vibrating feeders the first choice in feeders for the most demanding applications including public utilities, mining, metals production, food processing, cement, and other industries.

DSMAC is the well-established Manufacturer and Supplier of Vibrating feeder, Vibrating grizzly feeder, apron feeders, Ore vibrating feeder which is diligently designed by the experts. These Vibrating feeders are made of high tensile steel that assures their reliability and durability. If you are interested in China vibrating feeder, please come to visit DSMAC.
 

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