August 2, 2017

Introducing Vibratory Feeders from AAG Engineering Technologies

Vibratory Feeder

Our modern day vibratory feeders are used to feed raw materials or finished products into mixers, furnaces, production processes or final containers. Our vibratory feeders are used in industries such as Steel, Fertilizer, Cement, Glass and much more. The versatile and rugged design of our feeders finds extensive use in bulk material handling systems.

High on Efficiency

Our vibratory feeder can improve your cost-per-ton handling efficiency with its control high feed rates. This will result in minimized maintenance and improvement in the production efficiency.

How Vibratory feeder actually works?

Let’s have a look into it.

Hops, Not Streams. Yes, this is how vibratory feeder actually works.

It appears to move in a uniform flowing stream, in reality, the material makes a series of short, continuous, rapid hops forward. These hops are imperceptible to the human eye.

How does this really happen? The power source is attached to the feeder at a prescribed angle. The force and angle creates a forward and upward motion of materials but returns back to its original position. However, the material doesn’t move backward due to the slower action of gravity happening during the return motion.

Vibratory feeder work on principles of both vibration and gravity.

Light and medium duty feeders are perfect for feeding, practically any bulk material—from micron size to bulky chunks with their totally enclosed patented magnetic drive.

Our electromagnetic vibratory feeder is ideal for handling coal, ore, aggregates, slag—or any other process where high volume, controlled feeding is required. We offer vibratory feeder in various models with capacities ranging from 10 to 500 tons per hour.

Contact us at and let us know your requirements and our team of expert engineers can custom design vibratory feeder as per your requirements.

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