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There are many different designs that are useful for a number of different applications and industries, so it is important to know just how these vibratory screens function and how they might fit into your application. Read More…

Vibratory Screens Vibratory screens, otherwise known as high frequency vibratory screens, are devices that are commonly used in the mineral processing industry in order to filter and separate substances.
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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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Eriez $$$

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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High frequency vibrating screens and normal vibrating screens operate in the same fashion; the high frequency screens only operate at a high frequency in order to filter specific minerals.

Vibratory screens offer many different advantages. They are one of the best ways to filter and separate two or more substances from each other. Vibratory screens do this by breaking down the surface tension between the particles within the substances which allow them to separate more easily.

Vibratory screens often function at an angle in order to further separate materials. This angle provides what is referred to as the popcorn effect. This means that the coarser a particle is, the more likely it is going to be lifted higher while finer particles remain closer to the screen. The rate at which the screen vibrates, or the frequency, can be controlled in order to achieve the desired popcorn effect or separation.

As we stated before there are a number of different applications in which you can find a vibratory screen at work. Some of these applications and industries include, processing powder in coal, metallurgy, wood pelleting, fractionated asphalt pavement, ores and minerals, food, chemical applications and the pharmaceutical industry. Because of this there are multiple designs of vibratory screens available.

 

It is important to consult with a trusted vibratory screen manufacturer in order to determine what design is best for your application. If you do not have the correct design, or the frequency is not set correctly, you may experience inaccuracies when trying to separate particles as the process is influenced by many different factors, from vibratory equipment capacity to the angle at which the vibratory screen is placed.

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