While the basic design of these vibratory feeders has remained intact, engineers at Enmin Vibratory Equipment have introduced several improvements that have been designed to provide a safer and more hygienic operating environment.
The new feeders feature cleaner lines with lesser areas for potential food entrapment. Drive castings on the new units also have improved surfaces, making them easier to clean.
To ensure reliable performance repeatability, a double checking process has been implemented as assembly of these electromagnetic vibratory feeders takes place. This diminishes the possibility of the drives being out of specification, and ensures that the drives can be interchangeable at any stage in the future.
The new design has retained the overall dimensions of the previous models, again rendering them interchangeable.
Enmin has also made improvements to the design of the electromagnetic coils used in EVF/LD electromagnetic vibratory feeders. The changes keep the temperature rises within the coils to a minimum, resulting in a stronger electromagnetic field that provides better efficiency in the operation of the drives.
This also ensures that coil failures are a rarity with the new units.
Enmin’s EVF/LD electromagnetic vibratory feeder drives are fully manufactured in Australia, and comply with HACCP requirements.