Product News: Material Handling & Storage

Material Feeder is available with multiple feed head units.

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Press Release Summary:

March 21, 2014 - Accommodating needs of processors requiring several feed points of particular bulk material, multi-head Versifeeder can provide same or different rates of feed from each outlet. Common hopper is oversized to provide ample capacity, and integral vibrator ensures positive flow to feed screws. Controls are provided to operate all or individual screws as needed.

Vibra Screw

755 Union Blvd., Totowa, NJ, 07511, USA

Original Press Release

Feeder Now Offered with Multi-feed Head Versatility

Press release date: March 14, 2014

Vibra Screw Inc., a leader in bulk solids processing equipment, has expanded its highly successful Versifeeder line to include multiple feed head units. Now processors requiring several feed points of a particular bulk material can have the same high accuracy and flexibility for which the Versifeeder has come to be known. The multi-head Versifeeder can provide the same or different rates of feed from each outlet. A common hopper is oversized to provide ample capacity and includes an integral vibrator to insure positive flow to the feed screws. Controls are provided to operate all or individual screws as needed. Incorporating multiple feed heads in a common unit saves space over separate feeders. Vibra Screw manufactures high quality equipment to store, discharge, meter, convey, size and blend dry bulk materials. The company's product line includes bulk bag unloaders and fillers, volumetric and gravimetric feeders, bin activators, live bottom bins, vibrating feeders and blenders.

For more information Email info@vibrascrew.com or write Vibra Screw Inc., 755 Union Blvd, PO Box 229, Totowa, NJ 07511 
Phone: 973-256-7410   
Fax: 973-256-2114  
www.vibrascrew.com  
info@vibrascrew.com

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