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We are a leading Manufacturer & Exporter of Vibrating Feeders such as Extra Heavy - Duty Vibrating Feeder, Electromechanical Feeder, Grizzly Feeder, Dewatering Feeder, Furnace Charging Device and Vibratory Furnace Charging Device from India.

Extra Heavy - Duty Vibrating Feeder
Extra Heavy - Duty Vibrating Feeder

Heavy-duty mechanical vibrating feeders are rugged, heavily constructed units, designed to feed run-of-mine materials, such as large slabs and boulders in the primary crushing systems of aggregate, ore and coal mining operations.

These extra-heavy-duty service feeders are also Used for receiving and feeding hot materials, or for installations where they must withstand the impact and wear of heavy and abrasive materials.

Dependable operation is assured, even under the most demanding application requirements. Steel troughs have heavy side panels with stiffening ribs and structural steel cross members, welded to make a strong, unitized frame capable of absorbing the punishment of high impacts and heavy loads. Troughs are available up to 30-foot lengths and up to 8-foot widths to suit specific material handling requirements.

 

 

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Electromechanical Feeder
Electromechanical Feeder
We provide a heavy duty vibro motor powered vibratory  electromechanical feeder . This electromechanical feeder is of high frequency reciprocating machine capable of conveying bulk material. The continuous flow rate helps us in conveying material from storage to processing or between processes. It can help in handling all types of material irrespective of they are hot, lumps, damp, dusty or abrasive for various functions. It helps in various processes like washing, drying, cooling etc. These electromechanical feeder are supplied with base mounted over hanging or they can also be supplied with combined single motor drive or can be customized as per the needs of the clients.

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The grizzly feeder is suitable to feed primary jaw crushers, selecting the large sizes which require primary crushing, the smaller sizes, and any fines which must be eventually rejected. The grizzly vibro feeder consists of a very large vibrating body made of thick plate, with inside lining of anti-abrasive plate. The grizzly vibro feeder is driven by two or four vibrating motors. The vibro feeder (which may either be placed on a steel or concrete base) rests on springs.

(side mounted vibro motor type) boosting throughout of primary crushers:

  • A robustly constructed range of vibratory machines extending from units 0. 5m wide x 2m long up to units 1. 5m x 4. 5m.
  • The grizzly feeders are intended primarily for use ahead of primary crushers and are designed to handle large run-of-quarry stone, take the impact of dumped loads and smooth out the flow of material to the crusher.
  • All models of grizzly vibro feeders have a flat reinforced impact area followed by a sloping grizzly bar section.
  • The longer grizzly feeders are fitted with two stepped, grizzly bar sets. Replaceable wear sections of mild steel, manganese steel or rubber are fitted depending on the duty specified.

Construction:

  • Of rugged construction throughout, grizzly feeders are designed to handle run of quarry stone up to 1000mm lump size.
  • The plain section is lined with a 12. 5mm minimum thick replaceable plate in mild steel as standard, with abrasion resistant manganese steel and rubber elements as options.

Vibrators:

  • All machines in the grizzly feeder range are powered by the invicta bl series vibrators to give guaranteed performance for either intermittent or continuously rated duties. All vibrators are dust and weatherproof with protection to ip66. The vibrators operate from a 3 phase supply, 50 or 60 hz up to 650 volts.

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Dewatering Feeder
Dewatering Feeder
Dewatering Feeder

We offer a high quality  dewatering feeder  which are used in various applications. The various features of our dewatering feeder are:
  • 900 x 1400 mm dewatering feeder driven by two overhead mounted vibratory motors and using polyurethane drainage panels
  • Lead feed to mineral processing equipments often contains excessive moisture adversely affecting the performance of such equipment
  • Star trace dewatering feeders are designed to fulfill two basic requirements; remove the excess moisture and regulate the feed rate of the processing equipment
  • Polyurethane or stainless steel wedge wire screen panels on the feeder pan allow the water to pass through, drying the solids in the feed
  • The vibratory motors can either be mounted below and to the rear of the pan, or overhead. Overhead mounting allows maximum area of drainage panel
  • Units range in size from 300 x 900 mm to 1200 x 2500 mm, and can be floor mounted or suspended. The feed rate can be varied by altering the out-of-balance weight settings on the vibratory motors, or by remotely controlling the speed of the motors through a frequency converter unit

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Furnace Charging Device
Furnace Charging Device
The demand for high quality foundry products and their cost effective production places high demands for  furnace charging device  in melting plants. Though much of the initial head way made in foundry automation was with the mould making process, more important is the melt shop automation. This includes remote furnace charging systems. Automation is mainly thought of as a solution to high labor cost and it certainly can increase workers productivity. However, much more important today is the effect of automation on quality. Another important advantage that automation provides in foundry environment is enhanced safety. For example automation allows foundry men to work at a safe distance from molten metal or do their jobs behind protective barriers thus reducing injuries from metal splash or furnace eruption. Also where automation exercises monitoring & control functions, it helps prevent accidents related to in-attention or judgment errors.

Today's most technologically advanced induction furnaces provide high power densities and are able to run to full power throughout the charging process. These furnace require rapid charging to keep pace with the melting power of the system. In many foundries, however, charging the furnace can be a labor-intensive. Moreover, manual operation is too slow which does not allow maximum utilization of the melting system. Charge materials are simply dumped into the furnace with wheel barrows or dropped in by hand essentially the same way as it has been done for centuries. Besides the inefficient use of time and manpower, manual charging can damage furnace lining if heavy charge materials are dropped into the furnace, thus gouging or cracking the wall or bottom refractory.

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Vibratory Furnace Charging Device
Vibratory Furnace Charging Device
The demand for high quality foundry products and their cost effective production places high demands for furnace charging equipments  in melting plants. Though much of the initial head way made in foundry automation was with the mould making process, more important is the meltshop automation. This includes remote furnace charging systems. Automation is mainly thought of as a solution to high labour cost and it certainly can increase workers productivity. However, much more important today is the effect of automation on quality. Another important advantage that automation provides in foundry environment is enhanced safety. For example automation allows foundrymen to work at a safe distance from molten metal or do their jobs behind protective barriers thus reducing injuries from metal splash or furnace eruption. Also where automation exercises monitoring & control functions, it helps prevent accidents related to in-attention or judgement errors.

Today's most technologically advanced induction furnaces provide high power densities and are able to run to full power throughout the charging process. These furnace require rapid charging to keep pace with the melting power of the system. In many foundries, however, charging the furnace can be a labour - intensive. Moreover, manual operation is too slow which does not allow maximum utilization of the melting system. Charge materials are simply dumped into the furnace with wheel barrows or dropped in by hand essentially the same way as it has been done for centuries. Besides the inefficient use of time and manpower, manual charging can damage furnace lining if heavy charge materials are dropped into the furnace, thus gouging or cracking the wall or bottom refractory. In induction furnaces improper manual charging can also lead to dangerous bridging situation in which tangled pieces of scrap from a layer above and apart from the molten bath. If unrecognised by the furnace operator, bridging can lead to superheating of the bath, failure of the furnace lining and runout.

Manual charging also directly exposes melt deck workers to the dangers of metal splash from charge materials hitting the molten bath and of furnace eruption or exoplosion caused by wet or damp charge materials. Metal splash is one of the most common melt deck hazards & ideally, melt deck worker should be away from the furnace or behind protective barriers during charging which can only be accomplished with remote systems. Remote charging systems enhance safety not only by allowing melt deck worker to be away from the furnace during charging, but by reducing the chances of damage to the furnace lining & the likelihood of bridging situation.

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Mr. P. R. Maheswaran  (Managing Director)
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