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Vibrating feeder GF series
grizzlyautomatic

vibrating feeder
vibrating feeder
vibrating feeder
vibrating feeder
vibrating feeder
vibrating feeder
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Characteristics

Type
vibrating, grizzly
Operating mode
automatic

Description

GF Vibrating Feeder is the grizzly feeder driven by the vibrating motor. As an efficient primary feeder, it is specially designed for mobile crushing stations (also known as “mobile crushers), semi-fixed crushing lines and small stock ground (Usually, the capacity is below 250TPH and the available volume of material silo is below 30m3.) It is suitable to feed materials into jaw crushers, primary impact crushers and hammer crushers, etc.. Sometimes, it functions as a primary conveyor. Product Features: 4.0G of vibration strength, two-stage drop structure, higher capacity, more thorough pre-screening Input Size: 0-700mm Capacity: 280-450TPH Material: Granite, marble, basalt, limestone, quartz, pebble, copper ore, iron ore and so on Bigger Vibration Strength, Higher Capacity G-force is a key index testifying the performance of vibrating machines. The bigger the vibration strength is, the higher the capacity would be. GF Vibrating Feeder adopts advanced design theories and manufacturing technologies. Its biggest vibration strength reaches 4.0G and its capacity is 20% higher than traditional TSW Feeder. Two-Stage Drop Structure Improving The Ability To Pre-Screen Materials GF Vibrating Feeder adopts a drop structure composed of two layers of grizzly bars, which can effectively screen out fine materials whose size is smaller than that of CSS (or tight-edge discharge port) because of double screenings. The removal rate of fine materials can be as high as 90%, greatly reducing the burden of primary crushers.

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