MARTIN® NCT™ Rotary Turbine Vibrators
One third the air consumption of ball vibrators!
MARTIN® NCT™ Turbine Vibrators provide powerful, efficient, rotary vibratory force for activating solids in bins, hoppers, chutes, screens and feeders. These quiet vibrators are especially suited for fine, dry materials that respond to high-frequency. Parts handling, circuit board manufacturing and bottling plant applications are ideal for the MARTIN® NCT™ Series.
Sanitary coating & lubrication-free operation – perfect for food and pharmaceutical applications.
- NCT 1
- NCT 2
- NCT 3
- NCT 4
- NCT 4i
- NCT 5
- NCT 10
- NCT 10i
- NCT 15
- NCT 29
- NCT 29i
- NCT 55
- NCT 108
- NCT 108i
- NCT 126
- NCT 250
- NCT 250i
MARTIN® NCT™ Turbine Vibrators are sealed with o-rings. This sealing system keeps liquids out, even in the harshest of environments.
On the right, a MARTIN® NCT™ Vibrator is shaking racks in a plating operation at a printed circuit board factory. Even when in constant contact with harsh chemicals, the MARTIN® NCT™ Turbines keep running.
No Lubrication Required
MARTIN® NCT™ Turbine Vibrators are lubrication-free, eliminating the use of messy, maintenance intensive lubricators. No oil mist is discharged into the atmosphere.
Noise levels are 60 – 75 dBA, well below regulatory limits.
MARTIN® NCT™ Turbine Vibrators use less than 1/3 the compressed air of ball- type units.
- Air Pressure Range: 30 – 60 psi.
- Operating Temperature: Max. 250° F.
- Air Preparation: 5-micron filter, pressure regulator.
- Force (maximum): 2700 force-lbs.
- Warranty: 3-years when operated within recommendations.
- Included: Muffler and nipple.
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Case Study: Crushed Stone Quarry
A crushed stone quarry in Tennessee was experiencing problems with material buildup in the feeder hopper under their sizing screens.
The material (size 1/4″ down to fines) would cling to the hopper walls and build up, eventually stopping material flow and shutting down the screening operation.
A NCT 108 Turbine Vibrator was mounted on a channel on the end wall of the hopper. The vibrator has been installed, mounted on a 5″ X 48″ long channel and located 18″ from the bottom of the bin.
After two weeks of operation the customer reports no bin or feeder stoppages at this point. They are very pleased and we are now trying to help them solve other problems at their plant.