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Vibrating feeder is also called vibratory feeder or ore vibrating feeder.
Feed opening: 150×250-300×1300mm
Applied Materials: Pebbles, granite, basalt, iron ore, limestone, quartz stone, gangue, construction waste.
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The purpose of this is to keep the grizzlies down time to a minimum by preventing the oversized rock from piling up while on its surface. The effectiveness of the sizing will be lowered due to rock that could go through sliding off. But as a counter balance the overall through put will be better due to the greater availability of the grid. If the Grizzlies performance rate is to low, then causing the grizzly to vibrate will increase the effectiveness of the sizing
The Ross Chain Feeder illustrated in Fig. 3 is shown discharging the ore over a bar screen, or grizzly. It is advisable to provide a screen of this sort ahead of the primary breaker in order to bypass material that is already small enough to pass straight through the machine. The commonest device is a stationary grizzly from 6 to 12 ft. long, slightly wider than the stream of ore, and set at a slope of from 45° to 60° to the horizontal. The bars, which should be of mild steel, are preferably wedge-shaped with the wider part uppermost. They are held together by long bolts at right-angles to their length and are kept at the desired distance apart by spacing washers, which often consist of old piping cut to the required length. The clearance between the bars at the upper end should be the same as the discharge opening of the crusher which the grizzly serves, but at the lower end it should be slightly greater to prevent choking
A grizzly of this type, though cheap and simple, tends to get clogged with ore. In conjunction with a Ross Chain Feeder, however, clogging is eliminated and the length of the bars can be reduced by 50% or more
Bars are a widely used means of reducing the work of primary or secondary crushers. As the ore is fed to the crusher, it passes over the grizzly bars, and the finer pieces drop through into the mill ore bin. The grizzly is made of wear resisting wedge shaped bars easily replaced if necessary
Grizzly Bars are punched and held in place by steel rods passing through the holes. Cast iron spacers, of the proper shape and width, are placed between the bars. Various types of bars and spacers can be supplied, depending upon the application
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The output material of the primary group may need to be screened in accordance with the installation plan. In these cases, standard vibrating screens may not meet the required capacity and can be disadvantageous in respect to servicing costs, but the top decks of our heavy-duty screens are equipped with grizzly or abrasion resistant perforated plates to avoid any damage caused by large-size materials. The springs on heavy-duty screens are more durable as well.
MEKA MGS series screens are equipped with many features enabling high efficiency and ensuring various operational advantages. These advantages reduce maintenance and servicing costs, along with necessitating less downtime
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