Re: Micro-Throw Principle

Posted on 14. Oct. 2008 - 12:04

Frankly speaking, I'm a new guy in the field of Vibro-feeder and Screens design.

So, pls guid me in this regard and answer my question.......


Micro Throw And Vibratory Feeders

Posted on 14. Oct. 2008 - 06:16

See a video showing "micro-throw" motion here.

Micro throw means the feeder motions actually lift the product and "toss" it down the pan ever so slightly, in tiny micro motions and that is how product moves down the pan. It is a very gentle and reliable method of feeding.

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Micro Throw

Posted on 26. Oct. 2008 - 03:19

as navco simply means a VERY small stroke (micro)

which lifts the powder up and strokes it ahead to move it from the FEED end to DISCHARGE end of the feeder.

Conversely, a brute force type of feeder.......say feeding -24" x 10mesh blasted rock into a JAW CRUSHER....for example, would have a very big stroke (plus minus 1/2" plus into the air) and will move the heavier stuff......from A to B......


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