Erie, PA—Eriez® announces the release of a new video demonstrating how different electromagnetic vibratory feeders handle challenging bulk food materials of varying sizes and shapes. “Vibratory solutions are available to efficiently handle practically any bulk material, whether light and airy, smooth or tacky. As evidenced in this video, selecting the most appropriate model for your application has a direct and positive impact on productivity,” says Rob Yandrick, Eriez Global Product Manager-Vibratory.
Feeder models showcased in the video include the Eriez Model C and Model HS (High-Speed), both operating at 60 Hz, and Model HD (High Deflection), operating at 30 Hz. According to Eriez, these electromagnetic vibratory feeders offer excellent feed control of a wide range of dry bulk materials, from micron size to bulky chunks.
The video shows a side-by-side comparison of the featured models simultaneously feeding the same foods to provide a straightforward representation of how material characteristics affect performance. Viewers can observe the contrast in control and speed when the feeders handle two dissimilar materials, popcorn, and flour.
The comparison establishes that the HD vibratory feeder offers the optimal solution for feeding popcorn. Other models can take nearly twice as long to feed the same product. The next demonstration shows that flour, which is also often difficult to feed, flows smoothly and effortlessly on the HD unit.
To access the video and learn more about Eriez’s line of light and medium-duty electromagnetic feeders, visit eriez.com/VibratoryFeeder.
Established in 1942, Eriez is a global leader in separation technologies. Our commitment to innovation has positioned us as a driving market force in several key technology areas, including magnetic separation, flotation, metal detection, and material handling equipment. The company’s 900+ employees are dedicated to providing trusted technical solutions to the mining, food, recycling, packaging, aggregate, and other processing industries. Headquartered in Erie, Pennsylvania, USA, Eriez designs, manufactures, and markets on six continents through 12 wholly-owned international subsidiaries and an extensive sales representative network. For more information, visit www.eriez.com.