vibratory screens, feeders and dischargers
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Induced Vertical Flow machines either Discharge or Densify bulk solids stored in Bins, Silos, Piles, or Containers. This group is unique because the vibratory action it produces only needs to supplement the force of gravity.
The machines are most commonly used to discharge bulk solids from storage. Stored material is induced to flow by a cyclical application of the vibratory force. Since the primary material mover is gravity, little energy is required. Cycle type operation means reliable discharge of the stored bulk solids without any detriment and avoiding unwanted densification of the particles not getting in the active flow stream.
Most Kinergy Induced Vertical Flow machines have only two components, the isolator and the vibratory motor. This means very few spare parts to stock, and because all components have been designed, developed, and tested over thousands of successful installations, the only routine maintenance would be the occasional greasing of the motor.
Induced Conveying machines rely solely on the vibratory action to make materials move uphill, downhill, or horizontally. The pitch and catch action allows highly abrasive materials to be conveyed on a Kinergy Vibrating Machine with very little wear on the conveying trough surfaces. Degradation or attrition of the material being conveyed is virtually eliminated.
These machines are powered by Kinergy’s electrically controlled, modern version of using sub-resonant tuned springs combined with rotating weights on an A.C. motor. When the applied load increases, the springs inherently drive harder. It maximizes the use of “kinergy” which is defined as the kinetic energy developed by a spring’s motion during the drive portion of its cycle. This is why the Kinergy Drive System is unrivaled.
Larger units are possible due to the spreading distribution of the dynamic forces across the width and along the length of the unit. The use of drive springs saves energy. Counterbalancing is available, thus reducing any transmitted forces to the support structure by at least 90%.
The electrical control of the Kinergy Drive System provides a full-range of adjustment from virtually zero to the maximum TPH output. Plus it can momentarily pulse the vibration to a more vigorous action to improve performance.
The optimum stroke angle, smooth and quiet operation, the ability to automatically and repetitively pulse the vibratory action, plus the highest degree of energy efficiency are inherent with all of Kinergy’s Induced Conveying Machines to ensure the best performance available. And with no more than three component parts, the design of the Kinergy Drive System is about as simple as it can be. Now adapted to Induced Conveying machines, this Drive System has proven to be the most versatile and energy-efficient vibratory drive known.