Enmin Vibratory Equipment announces the availability of their fifth-generation EVFLT electromagnetic vibratory feeder drives in keeping with their program of continuous product and application development.
Enmin’s electromagnetic vibratory feeder drives offer the same degree of reliability as previous versions but with improved components. Since the overall dimensions and footprint remain the same, existing models can be replaced with the latest drives to offer better overall performance.
Enmin’s electromagnetic vibratory feeders find application in all aspects of the food industry and are designed to meet all the hygienic parameters demanded by the environment. Other industries that employ these vibratory drives include plastics, metal parts, chemicals and ceramics.
Enmin’s program of batch manufacturing, assembly and testing ensures that each drive meets a self regulated standard for repeatability.
This standard has demonstrated its benefit where multiple drives are needed on special designs. Unlike a standalone vibratory feeder, multiple drive units require this precision build to operate successfully.
Enmin Vibratory Equipment is HACCP regulated and all designs are produced to meet the specified requirements. The standardisation in Enmin vibratory feeders is particularly suitable for the overseas market as well as in Australian OEM facilities.
The latest models of electromagnetic drives have set new standards in performance permitting greater flexibility in handling throughput as well as increasing the scope of tray development through Enmin’s modelling program and predictability of feeding accuracy.