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The Robotic Bag Palletizer can place valve bags and open mouth bags at a rate up to 30 bags per minute and is capable of placing pallets and slip sheets on pallets. It is ideal for handling multiple product lines at the same time. It can be designed around your plant layout with our standard bag filling line components.
Portable Bulk Bag Unloader with overhead rail, powered trolley and powered hoist, bag lifting frame, designed for a typical 4000 pound bulk bag with bottom discharge. Unit can be moved in the process area to allow for unloading of bulk bags at mixing or batching stations. Locking casters prevent unit from moving during the unloading process. Unit can be supplied with a untie hopper and discharge spout for discharging into mixers or batching containers.
Stainless steel or carbon steel construction is available.
Portable Low Profile Vibration Table allows for insertion of boxes, bulk bags or other containers requiring densification. Unit is driven by an electric vibration motor mounted to side of table. Table is portable and can be moved around warehouse or plant site using a fork lift type truck. Top of table is covered with noise abatement rubber to reduce sound db level during densification.
Included as an option is control system to operate the Vibration Table. It is available in stainless steel.
This compaction table is designed for vibrating 55 gallon or 30 gallon drums. It is constructed of 316 stainless steel to prevent corrosion and allow for wash down with water or chemicals. In includes an industrial air-powered vibrating drive and four isolation springs.
Filled drum is placed on the vibrating compaction table. Compressed air is activated via included control cabinet to power the pneumatic piston to vibrate and shake the drum. This settles and mixes the contents of the drum. Unit is also available with an all-electric drive and control system. View more vibrating and compaction tables here.
Free standing Loss in Weight Hopper with Feeder includes vibrating feeder to meter material from the surge or supply hopper above the feeder. The system is mounted on load cells with a scale controller and controls to operate the system. System uses an electromagnetic vibrating feeder with flow control to control the rate of discharge from the feeder. The surge or supply hopper can be sized for each application.
It is used for metering additive materials into a mixer or blending system. It is available in stainless steel or carbon steel construction. Control system is designed for independent control or integrated with an in-house process control system.
This Automatic Box or Drum Filling System with Vibrating Densifier can be a standalone station or used as part of an existing filling line.
Surge hopper feeds material into the electric powered vibrating feeder which meters the material into a box or drum located on the electric powered roller vibrating table. Box or drum is vibrated or densified during filling. Load cells with a scale controller and controls operate the vibrating feeder and vibrating table. These are included as part of the system. Additional powered roller conveyors are available.
Process description: Empty box or drum is indexed into the filling position. Vibrating feeders starts and meters material into the box or drum. During the filling process vibrating table starts to compact the material during the fill cycle. At set point weight the filled box is moved off the filling table.
Buying used recycling equipment might be the most cost effective solution for small recycling centers or start-up facilities. Before you start looking for used recycling equipment, make a check list or spreadsheet of what types of equipment you need. Contact Tinsley Company and we will search our used recycling equipment inventories and tell you what is available for sale. Then, we will arrange a site visit for you to inspect the equipment.
Here are some things to consider when buying used recycling equipment:
- How old is the recycling equipment?
- Has it had any issues in the past and when were repairs made?
- Are equipment records available?
- Is there a warranty and is it still valid?
- What types of repairs do you anticipate making to the used recycling equipment and how much will they cost?
- How much fuel or electricity does this equipment require? Are there records available that state the past energy requirements?
- What is the average cost for operating the equipment?