CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Gough Econ, Inc. announced that it has shipped its 275th vibratory unit manufactured at its Charlotte, North Carolina plant since production began in 2002.
The 275th vibratory system is a part of two twin rotary feeders sold to Giant Snack Foods of Wahpeton, N.D. The feeders are part of an integrated packaging line the company is installing to feed existing Gough Econ bucket elevators. Product from the bucket elevators is delivered to the form fill and seal packaging machines at the North Dakota facility. Giant Snack Foods is a processor and packager of snack foods including Sunflower seeds in various flavors.
According to Gough Econ, vibratory energy is one of the most economic methods of conveying and screening material if it is applied correctly. The result is an economic and energy efficient operation for added reliability, gentler product handling, optimum flexibility and significant savings due to enhanced productivity.
Twin rotary feeders are primarily used for applications beyond the scope of an electromagnetic drive and especially when the system needs to be over 5 feet in length or over 18 inches in width.
The twin rotary motors enable the customer to process materials from 50 to 3,500 cubic feet per hour. Equipment ranges in size from 12 inches long and 6 inches wide to 28 feet long and 4 feet wide. Depending on the application, the system can be used to feed, convey, screen or elevate material.
Other twin rotary equipment available from Gough Econ include tubular conveyors, Vibraflo(TM) circular screens that compliment Gough Econ's line of vibrating screens, and vibratory plastic pellet screens.
"Since 2002, we have sold more twin rotary vibrators and screens powered by dual motors than electromagnetic drives," noted Andy Leitch, Vice President of Sales for Gough Econ. "We refer to these feeders as our gentle giants since they are so powerful yet gentle in handling material."
Initially concentrated in the food and chemical markets, applications for Gough Econ's vibrators have expanded into other markets such as power plants, recycling facilities, glass cullet and scrap processing facilities. Typical applications range from basic food and sugar production to salt, batteries, fertilizer, metal powder, soap, detergents and ceramics.
About Gough Econ
Gough Econ was established in 1974 in the United States as a subsidiary for a UK company founded in 1940. Since 2004, Gough Econ's operations have been locally
owned with headquarters in Charlotte, N.C. where the design, manufacturing and
administrative functions take place.
The company specializes in the design and manufacture of standard and engineered material handling systems that move and protect a customer's product. The
company also provides a variety of technical services including product testing, full engineering control systems and installation management.
Leitch noted that few companies offer the breath of our product line or can match the capabilities we offer in terms of services and the standard and customized units we market and design.
"We have built a reputation for innovation and reliability," he noted. "We are also experienced in developing total material handling systems and layouts that minimize loss, breakage, spillage, clean-up and downtime while at the same time achieving optimum process flexibility and throughput."
A twin rotary feeder from Gough Econ, Inc. is shown installed at Giant Snack Foods of Wahpeton, N.D., a processor and packager of snack foods. Gough Econ recently shipped its 275th vibratory manufactured at its Charlotte, North Carolina plant to Giant Snack Foods where it is part of an integrated packaging line to feed existing Gough Econ bucket elevators.
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