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I need a way to clean expanded clay pellets in a cannabis production facility with minimal water. I think vibration and tumbling will work. We clean and sterilize as many as 3 tons of clay pellets per week. What do you recommend?

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Vibratory tables are one of the best ways to remove debris from product to ensure that you have clean material. For this application we recommend...

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We are trying to maximize recovery of a thick personal care liquid from a portable, stainless-steel, cone-bottomed tank that holds between 8,000 and 9,000 pounds. Can you recommend the best product for this application?

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Sticky product clinging to the sides of cone bottom tanks can create headaches and product loss. Our NTS linear non-impacting pneumatic vibrators...

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We are a producer of artisan cheeses. Many of these are produced as 10-pound waxed wheels that are then cut into various sized wedges prior to packaging. The cutting is done using a hydraulically-driven harp that is driven down through the cheese wheel and the harp contains anywhere from 4 to 20 fixed partitions (knife segments). This system works well except that it has a tendency to fracture the wax and damage some of the harder cheeses, creating a lot of unusable pieces. This damaging effect increases as the number of knife segments increases. Since the majority of our production utilizes a 20-partition knife, the losses and rework are significant. I believe that mounting a turbine vibrator to the side of the cutting harp may reduce or even eliminate the damage. What do you think?

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­Any way to reduce product waste and decrease rework is worth the effort. Our NCT rotary turbine line of vibrators would transmit the perfect amount...

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I am working on a project that needs a vibration bed. The application is a cleaning system for small parts with internal machined passageways. I will be pumping a cleaning solution through the part and need to vibrate all small particles loose inside the part. Do you have a suggested product for this?

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Agitating parts is best left to an automated solution in order to reduce the risk of personnel injury. This is where a vibratory compaction table...

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We’re trying to minimize product loss and waste by placing an inverted container in a vibrating wire basket to minimize residue left in the container. What’s the best product for this?

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Minimizing residue left in a container is one of the easiest ways to reduce wasted product and increase profits. Mounting one of our NCT series of...

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We work with the aluminum industry to optimize the vibrocompaction of anode forming. We’re looking for information about vibrating tables that can help with this application.

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Vibratory tables have a wide variety of applications in nearly every industry. For this application we recommend using a linear non-impacting...

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We are designing a crumb tamper for various crumb crusts in the baking industry. We are concerned that the crumbs will stick to the tooling and hoping that a vibrator might be used to help the crumbs release from the tooling. The product needs to be stainless steel and food-safe.

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Repeatedly tapping a tool set can be tedious and can cause long term health issues for your operators. Our PKL line of pneumatic interval impactors...

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We have a customer that has specified Netter vibration equipment to be used for a manual sieving and conveying system for dry crushed minerals. We’d like all the vibrators to be electric. Can you help us determine what products to use?

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Efficiently sieving products requires both linear and rotary vibration, which is difficult for a vibrator to produce. Depending on how your sieve is...

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We have a seed ladder on a conveyor. When it turns off, there are a few beans that stick to the ladder that ultimately end up on the floor. We would like to add a shaker to the line so that the soybeans will drop immediately into the trailer. Can you help?

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Product hanging up can create a mess when moving equipment around a facility. Our line of NTS linear non-impacting pneumatic vibrators that are...

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We are an optical lens polishing machine manufacturing company. Some of our customers would like motion added to our current design. Could your products work for this application?

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Depending on the type of motion needed, a vibrator could be of assistance in your current design. Vibrators can produce linear or rotary force and...

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