Vibration tables are used for vibration testing and for settling products in a variety of molds, bags, boxes, and containers. They can be used as vibration analysis equipment or for concrete molds to remove air bubbles. For large containers like drums, they are used to agitate and gently mix liquids inside the drums before pouring.
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All vibration tables are engineered and built with high-quality materials, welds, components, and structure that allow them to operate consistently with very low maintenance for many years. All vibration tables can be custom built to meet your project requirements.
Air-powered stainless steel vibrating tables are used to settle solids in sludge stored in 55 gallon steel drums. The customer wanted to remove excess moisture from the solids. Upon vibrating the drum, solids move to the bottom of the drum and the moisture is separated to the top of the drum, where it can be removed before the lid is secured.
This vibration table is designed for vibrating 55 gallon or 30 gallon drums. It is constructed of 316 stainless steel to prevent corrosion and to allow for wash down with water or chemicals. It includes an industrial air-powered vibrating drive and four vibration isolation springs. The vibration table is also available with an electric vibration motor and control system.
A filled drum is placed on the table. Then, compressed air is activated via the included control cabinet to power the pneumatic piston that vibrates and shakes the drum. This settles and mixes the contents inside the drum.
This automatic box and drum filling system with vibrating table can be a standalone station or used as part of an existing filling line.
A 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. The box or drum is vibrated or densified during filling. Load cells with a scale controller and controls operate the vibrating feeder and vibrating table. They are included as part of the system. Additional powered roller conveyors are available.
This bulk bag filler with a pallet dispenser automatically places an empty pallet under a bulk bag before filling. The pallet dispenser can hold 14-16 pallets for staging. Controls automatically remove the bottom pallet from the stack and place it below the bulk bag before filling occurs.
This vibrating table was custom engineered for a customer that manufactures filter media. The flat deck vibrating surface measured 20 inches by 20 inches. It was pneumatic, or air-powered, and was used to settle or densify activated carbon (activated charcoal or coal) inside of the canisters before packaging. The vibrating table has a maximum load of around 200 pounds.
Vibrating tables used to compact resin powder in boxes
Eight industrial vibrating tables were used to compact resin powder in boxes that were filled to a weight of 55 pounds per box. The customer wanted to reuse their existing packaging head to fill the boxes.
Each vibrating table has a powered roller deck, load cells to weigh each box, and controls to automate the box filling process.
The masonry mix is prepared in an industrial mixer and then poured by gravity into the molds.
Empty stone molds
The molds are then conveyed by a roller conveyor to the vibrating belt conveyor, which consists of two vibrating flat top tables. The vibratory action of the tables is driven by two industrial vibration motors located under each table. This causes the slurry mix to settle into a mold. At the same time, entrained air is released from the slurry mix.
Molds after passing over the vibrating belt conveyor
The frequency and force of the vibrating tables is adjustable for each type of architectural stone being manufactured. The conveying rate of the belt is controlled by a variable frequency drive (VFD), which is included as part of the system. Belt width and length is determined by the size and weight of the molds. The process rate is determined by the batch mixer.