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Eriez Magnetics: Smaller Drive Vibratory Feeders

November 20, 2001
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Eriez Magnetics has expanded its HD series high deflection vibratory feeder line to include two smaller drive units. The HD-26 and HD-36 size units are ideal for moving smaller volumes of powders and leafy products that are typically difficult to feed in an electromagnetic feeder. These feeders combine the higher deflection (3/16 in.) and lower frequency (30 cps) advantages of a mechanical feeder with the precise control of an electromagnetic vibratory feeder. Available in five models and 16 sizes, feed rates of up to 80 ft/min are possible for products with bulk densities less than 10 lb/ft(3). All HD feeders ship with a standard variable speed control housed in an M type (NEMA 12) enclosure.

For more information, call (800) 345-4946 or (814) 835-6000, e-mail or visit

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