Pneumatic impact vibrator P series
linearimpact pistonfor silos

pneumatic impact vibrator
pneumatic impact vibrator
pneumatic impact vibrator
pneumatic impact vibrator
pneumatic impact vibrator
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linear, impact piston
Product applications
for silos, cement, for bulk materials, for hopper, construction, for dump trucks, sludge, for the food industry, for the pharmaceutical industry, trailer
Other characteristics
compact, aluminum

Min.: 294 N

Max.: 3,250 N


P-Series Continuous Impact Vibrators produce a shockwave generated by the continuous impact of their internal piston on the metallic base mount welded on the or wall. They are particularly efficient with bulk materials that tend to stick to the wall. Typically P-series vibrators are used wet or electrostatics powders such as clay or , but also sludge or manure. P-Series Continuous Impact Vibrators help solving problems such as formation of incrustations, bridging or rat-holing, operating continuously applying intermittent blows on the or at a pressure ranging from 2 to 6 bar (29 ~ 87 PSI). When operating multiple impact vibrators, those at the bottom should be activated first, moving progressively upwards at regular intervals to the upper ones. The robustness of the P-series design makes these vibrators suitable both outdoor indoor application, as well as high temperatures of up to 200 °C (390 °F). The external body parts are manufactured from aluminium from powder-coated (RAL 2009) grey cast iron. P-Series vibrators are assembled on a base mounting plate (not supplied) which has to be welded on the , or wall. It is recommended to fix a safety chain to the vibrator to avoid accidental dropping during installation or maintenance. To satisfy all market needs three sizes are available.


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