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As the most common type of parts feeder, as well as the oldest, vibratory bowls are self-contained systems that work best with small metal or plastic parts. Read More…

Vibratory Bowls Vibratory bowls, also referred to as "vibratory bowl feeders," are feeder bowls that are mounted to a vibrating drive unit in order to orient and conveyor parts between processes.
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Erie, PA  |  814-835-6000

ERIEZ is a global manufacturer of an entire range of vibratory feeders and related machinery. We serve all the process industries, including food, chemical, pharmaceutical, ceramics, glass, packaging, metalworking, minerals processing and others.

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Louisville, KY  |  502-969-3171

Carrier Vibrating Equipment, we pride ourselves on our extensive customer base and our commitment to excellence. We know that the grizzly screens you receive from us are the best in the business. Carrier continues to bring new technology to the market, as well as new value to existing technology through its research and development lab, to make sure they remain at the front of the industry.

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Carrier Vibrating Equipment, Inc. $$$

Rockford, IL  |  800-562-1868

Rodix manufactures vibratory feeder controls, inline track drives, drive bases, & bulk storage hoppers for part feeding systems. Our line of vibratory feeder controls feature variable amplitude, variable frequency, line-voltage compensation, UL/cUL Listed, CE Marked, and more. We have experience working with machine integrators, vibratory feed system builders, and manufacturers.

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Rodix Inc. $$$

Brooklyn, CT  |  860-774-7518

AFM Engineering is a manufacturer of vibratory feeder bowls, conveyors, hoppers and parts feeding systems. Our products show not only quality but durability, dependability and conform to OSHA and ISO standards. We offer integration, installation and service on our products.

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AFM Engineering Corporation $$$

Loves Park, IL  |  779-423-0548

UTI specializes in the engineering of vibratory and rotary parts handling equipment. UTI leads the industry in innovative parts handling solutions. We provide simple and efficient solutions to complex problems. We are an engineered based provider of parts feeders, simple mechanisms, systems, solutions, and service.

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United Toolers of IL $$$

Burnsville, MN  |  952-894-3263

M&S Automated Feeding Systems creates parts feeders built and tested to each customer’s specific application. Fully equipped to design, fabricate and service a complete range of quality feeding equipment and specialized parts handling systems, including vibratory controls, conveyors, custom mechanisms, centrifugal feeder bowls, hoppers, vibratory inline feeders, sealing and vision systems.

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M & S Automated Feeding Systems, Inc. $$$
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Most often used in the pharmaceutical, glass, foundry, concrete, food processing, mining, plastics and automotive industries, vibratory bowls can be constructed from stainless steel in order to meet sanitary grade requirements, but are also often constructed from cast aluminum.

Typical parts that vibratory bowls handle include washers, nuts, studs, plugs, bolts, pills, rings and screws, as well as dry bulk materials. Vibratory bowls are typically used in parts manufacturing processes in order to orient and sort finished and semi-finished parts for additional processing or packaging.

Quiet and effective, vibratory bowls offer high feed rates as well as using very few moving parts resulting in low maintenance and down time.

Utilizing vibrations to convey parts, vibratory bowls consist of a feeder bowl and a vibrating drive unit. The feeder bowl is mounted to the vibrating drive unit, which is equipped with a variable-amplitude controller that vibrates the feeder bowl and causes the parts to move upwards on an inclined spiral track that climbs along the vibratory bowl's inner wall.

The purpose of the track is to align and sort the parts in reliable and consistent positions based on the desired requirements. Initially, parts are dumped into the feeder bowl, which vibrates and turns. As a result of the vibrations, the parts move along the track until they come across obstacles that are designed to align the parts in a particular manner.

This orientation of the parts allows for easy usage further down the processing line. Special features can be added to vibratory bowls for additional benefits such as special bed liners for better handling of abrasive materials and dust-proof outlet covers for increased dust protection.

In addition, the length, width and depth of the bowl feeder can be adjusted depending on the size of the parts.

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