Eriez Bin Vibrators
Eriez’ unique Hi-Vi magnetic drive circuit provides a simple yet powerful solution to difficult material flow applications.
These vibrators, with their totally enclosed patented magnetic drive, can be used for applications ranging from the tiniest hopper to huge bunkers with reinforced heavy steel plate and liners. Hi-Vi’s concentrated vibration, with its powerful positive drive in both directions, applies a superior action to bin walls, and results in a more economical, more efficient flow of hard-to-handle materials.
The basic simplicity of a drive powered by alternately opposing and attracting magnetic forces assures low maintenance. There are no sliding or rotating parts. Power consumption is low, installation is easy. The positive driving force of Eriez units provides stability, control and unexcelled dependability.
Features & Benefits:
- Electro-permanent magnet drive
- AC operation
- Simple controls
- Encapsulated coils
- “Pinpoint” vibration
- Enclosed drive element
- Low power consumption
The basic simplicity of a drive powered by alternately opposing and attracting magnetic forces assures low maintenance. There are no sliding or rotating parts. Power consumption is low, installation easy. The positive driving force of Eriez units provides stability, control, and unexcelled dependability.
Vibrators are simply wired into AC lines for full impact operation.
The coil and magnet in Eriez’ drive unit are encapsulated in epoxy, eliminating coil movement and thus extending trouble-free coil life.
Enclosed Drive Element
Eriez D Series completely enclosed drive element, dust and moisture resistant, extends coil life, makes external cleaning easier.
High Temperature Units
Eriez standard model vibrators are suitable for temperatures up to 130F (54C). High temperature models are available for temperatures up to 300F (149C).
The Eriez Hi–Vi system, on the other hand, incorporates a lifetime permanent magnet (part of a spring–mounted moving mass) whose poles are intermeshed with those of an electromagnet powered directly by an AC line. This results in the spring–mounted moving mass being both attracted and repelled by the AC electromagnet equally on each half of the AC cycle.