Centrifugal Feeders

Depending on the type of part and required rate, a centrifugal feeder may fit your needs best. With its angled, double disk design. parts can be discharged at very high rates. The outside disk runs faster than the inside disk so this process creates the centrifugal force that essentially “whips” the part to the outside edge/discharge. Once the part proceeds to that position it is then oriented correctly. There is no vibration involved so sound levels would be lower compared to vibratory feeders. Some examples of parts that would be fed in a centrifugal would be caps, lids, bottles, nuts, spacers, round parts, packaged products, and other parts that don’t have the “monkeys in a barrel” effect.  A centrifugal system usually includes a discharge conveyor and an elevator/bulk floor feeder. Please contact us today if you think this would fit your application best and we would be glad to help.

Centrifugal Feeder Specifications


 

Materials


304/304L stainless steel. 11 Gauge(1/8")


316/316L stainless steel .11 Gauge(1/8")


Vacuum Formed ABS


Teflon Coated Anodized Aluminum


Coatings


Polyurethane


Teflon(total chemical inertness, excellent dielectric stability)


Surlyn(FDA approved)


Rhino Line-X(Industrial Durability),


Paints


Vista Green


Safety Blue


Machine Grey


Customer specified Sherwin Williams paint number


FCI will match a paint chip if available


2 Part Epoxy's


Drive


Dual motors w/ gear drives


Controls


DC motor controls for inside/outside ring, conveyor, and floor
feeder.


Power/Voltage Req.


115vac control input


230vac control input


Rotations


Clockwise


Counterclockwise


Sizes


15"”


20”"


30"”


40”"


50”"


60"”


Fasteners


US( Black Oxide or Stainless)


Metric(Black Oxide or Stainless)


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