Product Profile of Wet/ Dry Type Vibro Separator
Wet/ Dry type Vibro Separator is a screening unit vibrating in three planes along the vertical axis. The Vibro Separator is designed with a vibratory motor having eccentric weights at the top and bottom ends of the motor shaft. The Vibro Separator has the motor mounted vertically at the centre of the screening assembly. The Wet/ Dry type Vibro Separator has springs that absorb the vibrations and prevent them to be transmitted to the floor.
Shakti Engineers is manufacturing Wet/ Dry type Vibro Separator. Shakti Engineers supplies a wide range of compact drive for low speed Applications. The range of products include geared motors, geared boxes, rotary vibrators, Vibro separators, spiral elevator, bin activator, bump and jolt machine.
Salient feature of the Wet/ Dry type Vibro Separator:
- Wide range: It can handle a wide range of materials, heavy or light, dry or wet, coarse or fine, hot or cold etc. High rate of production can be achieved even with finest powders.
- Multiple separation: As many as five screens could be mounted on one separator achieving six sizes.
- Optimum space/capacity: These separators achieve greater production, separation per unit of screening area as compared with any other screening method or device.
- Pollution free/clean operation: The whole operation is very clean and pollution free.
- Minimum blinding of screens: Due to vibrations in the vertical plane, blinding of screen is minimised. However, for certain materials which have inherent blinding, sticking property special accessories can be used to eliminate this problem.
- Adoptability: The discharge ports could be rotated and are most adoptable to process needs.
- Longer screen life: The screen cloth is held taut uniformly by tension rings. This arrangement enables clean screening, less screen wear and longer screen life.
- Vibration free operation: There is no vibration at the screen base. Even no flooring is needed.
- Low on power and maintenance / high on efficiency: The design enables to utilise the vibratory force generated by the motor to the optimum and very few moving parts reduce the maintenance to minimum.