Micro™ Series Electric Vibrators

MARTIN® MICRO™ Rotary Electric Vibrators have all the rugged design characteristics required of a continuous-duty industrial vibrator, wrapped in a small package. They are ideal for small feeding, screening, calibrating, separating and compacting applications that are found in food, chemical and pharmaceutical facilities.

Available in three compact sizes. Great for packaging & bottling systems!

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No Lubrication Required

MARTIN® MICRO™ Electric Vibrators are built with permanently-lubricated bearings. No maintenance is required.


Noise levels are than 60 dBA, well below regulatory limits.


The operating costs of electric vibrators is a fraction of the cost of pneumatic vibrators.


Sanitary Design, Epoxy Coating & Stainless Steel end caps

Additional Specifications

  • Electrical Specifications: 115-V, 60-Hz – Standard, other voltages available
  • Operating Temperature: 32° – 110°F.
  • Force (maximum): 60 force-lbs.
  • Included: M-16/NEA 504–3′ cord set, M-60–6′ cord with switch box, NEA 5020–2 Meter cord, inline capacitor.
  • 1-Year Warranty
  • Noise Levels: 60 dBA

Performance & Dimensions



Case Studies

  • Case Study: Chocolate Company Needs Help With Quality Control


    A chocolate mint company in Wisconsin was having quality control problems. Their chocolate mints were not evenly stratified, layered from brown chocolate to green then to dark chocolate.

    In addition they wanted to reduce the re-melt of the product, reduce extra chocolate that was used to compensate for uneven fill, reduce noise, reduce maintenance, be able to vary the output of the vibration, and get guaranteed results.


    The customer desired a clearly stratified candy, ie. layered from brown chocolate to green to dark chocolate. He wanted to solve the quality control problems by utilizing a MARTIN® vibration system to settle the candy as it was poured into trays.

    They were using a low-frequency, low-amplitude rapper bar on their fill trays in their chocolate operation. Visualizing an ice cube tray would give you a good idea of how the candy is poured. The rapper bar was giving them inadequate settling of the material: therefore, the resulting appearance of the candies was not cleanly stratified as depicted in their advertisement. The customer wanted to correct this problem, so Martin Vibration Systems were contacted.


    The solution was the MARTIN® MOTOMAGNETIC® Electric Vibrator that addressed the following needs:

    - promoted the flow within the mold cavity…the product would become more uniform, reducing re-melt and saving extra chocolate
    - vibrators are quiet…by replacing the jolt tables with high—frequency energy, a substantial reduction in noise was realized
    - the vibrators are engineered beyond industry standards and are guaranteed with an unconditional 3-year guarantee
    - the MOTOMAGNETIC® Units offer a wide range of force by changing the settings on the eccentrics

    The utilization of the CD-3600 electrics to corrected their problem. The application of MARTIN® Equipment has given them a product they can now feel proud of and advertise accordingly to fit their corporate image. It was a “sticky” situation that we corrected with a “sweet” solution.

  • Case Study: MOTOMAGNETIC® Electric Vibrator – Bulk Material Flow


    Large bulk materials are the hardest materials to move with flow aids. One plant was experiencing back up with their hog fuel and woods chips.


    A regional plant was experiencing back up and flow problems with their hog fuel and woods chips. BIG BLASTER® Air Cannons are the most effective in getting wood products to flow, however there was no plant air. The solution was an 1800 rpm MOTOMAGNETIC® Electric Vibrator.


    The customer had a flop gate, pant leg arrangement loading the material to an open truck. Because of the shallow angle there were frequent plugs which would back up into the disc screen. A CD18-1670 was mounted to a 1/2“plate with grade five bolts and a compression washer. The plate was welded solid to a 1/8″ X 6″ X 8′ channel. The channel was stitch welded without welding the corners.

    The vibrator is operating at about 30% of its capacity and is wired to the motor control center. Overload is set at 1.0 amp/460 volts.