Electrical vibration


Electrical vibration

Electrical vibrator : Industry applications

Applications A : compacting, cleaning, material discharge, flow aid

Applications B : bubbles removal, mixing, stacking

Applications C : screening, sieving, sorting, spinning

Applications D : transport

INDUSTRY Benefits Appli.
A
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B
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C
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D
19 from 750 Rpm to 3000 Rpm and  137 N to 10781 N $ $ $ $
20 from 750 Rpm to 3000 Rpm and 519 daN to 22 583 daN $ $ $ $
22 Small and light $ $ $
58 Battery operated  to be used on trucks and self driven vehicles $ $
31 High power at low amplitude $ $
32 High power at low amplitude $ $
29 Central or lateral flange $ $ $
30 Central or lateral flange $ $ $
27 Custom made $ $
23 Complete with  conveyor system and control device $

 

Electrical vibrator : Precasting applications

Applications E : Cleaning silos, hoppers, bins

Applications F : Concrete internal vibration

Applications G : Concrete external vibration, direct demoulding

Applications H : Concrete internal vibration, deferred demoulding

PRECAST Benefits Appli.
E
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F
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G
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H
19 Large range $ $
20 Large range $ $
58 Battery operated  to be used on trucks and self driven vehicles $
31 Invariable frequency $
32 Adjustable frequency $
34 Economical but efficient $
35 Powerful and robust with many options $
26 Perfect for test tube $
60 For large areas $
27 For all types of molds and applications $ $

 

Electrical vibrator : BUILDING applications

Applications I : Vibrators and  HF 42V 200Hz pokers drive

Applications J : Concrete internal vibration

Applications K : Concrete external vibration

BUILDING Benefits Appli.
I
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J
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K
36 Lightweight and practical $
37 Reliable and robust $
33 Economical but efficient $
34 Economical but efficient $
35 Powerful and robust, different options $
57 Lightweight and practical $
26 Economical and portable $
19 Large range $
31 Invariable frequency $
32 Adjustable frequency $
60 For Airport runway, bridge deck, tunnel floor $
27 Custom made for direct or deferred demoulding $