BRECON Low Frequency External Vibrators

We offer a wide range of vibrators from 500 to 3.600 rpm.

Low frequency vibrators generate larger amplitudes combined with small, medium to very high forces. Since they can be connected directly to the main power supply (50 or 60 Hz) they do not require a frequency converter or control. That makes them useful for a wide range of applications in all industries.

BRECON's high quality vibrators are suitable for the Conveying Industry and the Dry Cast Concrete Industry.

 

 

In our catalog you will find an overview of our standard external vibrators, accessories and control Equipment.

For customized products and more information, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be glad to offer you our technical consultation.


Possible applications for BRECON normal frequency external vibrators:

Dry Cast Concrete

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Dry cast concrete compaction is a extreme rough applications, ideal for BRECON high quality vibrators to unfold their full potential and high reliability.

Here you can read more about dry cast concrete.

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Conveying and sieving

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The functionality and choice of the external vibrators at the conveying and sieving is identical and therefore is looked at together also (The external vibrator is only used differently at sieving). At conveying and sieving the working conditions are rough, large material quantities have to be processed and little room is available for the vibration drive.

Here you can read more about conveying and sieving

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Loosening and breaking up

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BRECON external vibrators are also used for the collapse of bulk material arches in silos or other containers in which the bulk materials (e.g. sand, lime, cement, coal, cereals etc.) are kept before her further processing. The friction between the material particles is reduced by the vibration caused by the external vibrator and the adhesive forces between silo wall and bulk material are overcome. There are two kinds of bulk material arches: Bridge and shaft formation.

Here you can read more about loosening and breaking up.

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