Thursday, 22 August 2019

          A screw conveyor or auger conveyor is a mechanism that uses a rotating helical screw blade, called a "flighting", usually within a tube, to move granular, flakes or pellets materials. They are used in many bulk handling industries. Screw conveyors in modern industry are often used horizontally or at a slight incline as an efficient way to move semi-solid materials, including food waste, wood chips, aggregates, cereal grains, animal feed, boiler ash, coal and many others. They usually consist of a trough or tube containing either a spiral blade coiled around a shaft, driven at one end and held at the other, or a "shaftless spiral", driven at one end and free at the other. The rate of volume transfer is proportional to the rotation rate of the shaft. In industrial control applications the device is often used as a variable rate feeder by varying the rotation rate of the shaft to deliver a measured rate or quantity of material into a process.



Operating  Principle Operating Sampler is Driven by Geared Motor
Optimal for Material Type Hard, Medium - Hard, Brittle (Dry Materials)
Tube Insertion Diameter 2 "
Sample Discharge Dia. 59 mm
Output Torque at 33 Nm
Feed Size 10 micron to ¹/4" (6 mm); larger Sizes upon Request
Min. Sample Quantity Determined by Flow Rate, Aperture Size and Amount of Time the Auger Runs 
Power Supply 3 Phase, 50 Hz
Neutral Conductor Required
Gear Type SEW Gearmotor " Hyponic" Type & SEW Motor Helical Worm Geared Motors
Motor 0.12 Kw (27 rpm)
Material Contact Part from Stainless Steel 


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