Volumetric Feeder suits water treatment chemicals.

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AccuFeed Vibrating Volumetric Feeder provides precision feeding of water and wastewater treatment chemicals. Available in sizes from 1-6 in., with feed capacities from 2.8-600 cu ft/hr, unit is accurate to ±1-2% in feeding materials such as activated carbon, alum, and diatomaceous earth. Polyethylene construction is inert and non-corrosive. Quick disassembly design allows easy cleaning between material changes. Unit adapts to variety of storage/discharge and mixing systems.



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Accufeed Volumetric Feeder Provides Low-Cost Precision Feeding of Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals



Vibra Screw, Inc., a leading manufacturer of equipment and systems for precision processing of dry bulk materials, has announced availability of their AccuFeed Vibrating Volumetric Feeder for low-cost precision feeding of water and wastewater treatment chemicals.

Available in sizes from 1"-6" screw diameters and feed capacities from 2.8 to over 600 cu.ft. per hour, AccuFeed is accurate to ±1-2% in feeding materials such as line, activated carbon, alum, diatomaceous earth and other treatment chemicals. The feeder's polyethylene construction is inert and noncorrosive and a quick disassembly design allows easy cleaning between material changes. It also adapts easily to a variety of storage/discharge and mixing systems.

Vibra Screw introduced the concept of controlled vibration to condition and drive bulk materials into and through a process more than 40 years ago. Today they manufacture the broadest line of equipment incorporating this feature including bin activators, bulk bag unloaders, volumetric screw and belt feeders, and all types of gravimetric feeders, blenders and controls.

For more information, call 973-256-7410, FAX: 973-256-7567, E-mail: info@vibrascrewinc.com, visit our web site at www.vibrascrewinc.com or write Vibra Screw, Inc., 755 Union Boulevard, P.O. Box 229, Totowa. NJ 07511.

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