Vibrating feeder LABORETTE 24

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Operational mode
automatic, continuous-motion
Product applications
Specific use
for powders


Reliable automatic feeding The Vibratory Feeder LABORETTE 24 is ideal for automatic, uniform feeding of free-flowing materials into sample dividers, mills or mixers in your laboratory. The vibration, which is controlled by a microprocessor, conveys the sample material out of the funnel over the V-shaped stainless steel channel into the respective equipment. The flow rate can be individually adjusted; the vibration amplitude is precisely controlled – for absolute uniform feed of even smallest quantities. Safe and reliable. The Vibratory Feeder LABORETTE with a V-shaped feeder channel made of stainless steel is ideal for a narrow directed material feed between 1 g/min and 1,500 g/min. WORKING PRINCIPLE Through vibration of a channel of stainless steel, free-flowing material is conveyed out of a funnel and to the open end of the channel in a uniform stream. The rate of flow can be controlled individually with a separate control device by modifying the vibration amplitude of the channel. Control of the vibration amplitude is performed by a microprocessor-controlled control unit with which even the smallest quantities of material can be conveyed with absolute uniformity. FEATURES •As a standard, with polished stainless steel channel and funnel, PTFE-coating on request •Precisely controlled by microprocessor control with interface •Extensive choice of flow rates for smallest and largest quantities •Simple to clean due to easily removable components •Small footprint •Separate control unit for simple regulation of sample flow •Material bed height is variable, can be regulated by adjusting the funnel height according to the material
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