Vibratory Spiral Elevators & Vibratory Elevators allow industries to maintain efficient flow rates of bulk materials at the same time as integrated processing (i.e., cooling, heating, drying and humidifying) within a small footprint area.
The importance of the vibratory spiral elevators in modern bulk solids technology is based, on the one hand, on the cleaning-friendly and hygienic mode of operation and, on the simple linking of the conveying process with procedural functions.
Our team of engineers have over 35 years of experience in designing and building Vibratory Spiral Elevators & Vibratory Elevators which perfectly match our client's operational requirements and facility dimensions. All of our vibration equipment meets high industry standards, is custom-built to order and manufactured to ISO 9001 Quality Management Standards.
For a detailed consultation, contact our production team today on +44(0)1476 565228 - who will gladly advise you and prepare a tailor-made quote.
Unique design and engineering functions can be added to all Vibratory Spiral Elevators & Vibratory Elevators to suit operational requirements, including:
Fabrication in mild steel or ST/ST.
Fully-Encased structure provided with inlets/outlets and including different flight sections.
Designed to have low transmitted vibration, low inlet height or top/bottom drive systems.
Capacity up to 15 CU/M/HR
Height up to 7 metres
Self-supporting up to 6.5m
Max 1 metre sq. floor area
Vibratory Spiral Elevators: Equipment Applications and Manufacturing Details
Vibratory Spiral Elevators are vertically aligned oscillating conveyors, which are increasingly being used in mechanical and thermal process engineering to elevate or softly de-elevate material.
Its use is one of the standard solutions for bulk material handling in numerous industrial sectors where space is restricted. Typical applications include material that is too abrasive for screw conveyors; additional processes such as cooling or heating during transportation; requirement for easy access cleaning or sterile surfaces.
Due to the diversity of the products and their properties, the design is almost always project-related, whereby standardised gradations of the helical diameters are taken into account to implement functional features; including: