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We need to unload hopper trailers filled with almond hulls, shell and nuts. The material is very bulky and does not flow well even with the large bottom doors in the trailers. We are considering mounting vibrators on each individual trailer but would prefer something portable. Is your MT-FAST the best solution?

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Vibrators mounted to the trailer’s knock rails do nothing but create noise and use air. The MT Fast hopper trailer vibrator was designed for this exact application. This unit will run directly off of your truck’s air supply, using the… Learn More


We need a vibrator to unload DDGs in the receiving lane of our feed mill. We’ve heard about your MT-FAST product from colleagues and think it’d work for our application. Do you agree?

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Reducing unloading times for hauling companies is one of the easiest ways to become more profitable. The MT Fast hopper trailer vibrator was designed around using the truck’s air compressor, and mainly for unloading a couple loads of DDGs per… Learn More


I have a grain hopper and haul DDG and soymeal. I need an easier way to unload the hopper. What product should I use?

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Hauling DDGs in a hopper bottom trailer is no easy task especially when the temperatures start rising. The MT Fast hopper trailer vibrator was designed specifically for trailers hauling DDGs. This vacuum mounted unit will run directly off of your… Learn More


I am working on a project where I need to thump baked-on granola from baking sheets. I would like some guidance on which of your products might help automate this process.

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Thumping a baking sheet over and over can be tedious and can cause long term health issues for your operators. Pair one of our PKL impactors with an electronic solenoid that is controlled by a PLC, and the thumping process… Learn More


We are looking for a way to get more weight into super sacks. We have just started offering ground peanut hulls in tote bags and are running into weight issues and, like your website states, we are paying to ship air. We are trying to figure out different options on how to solve this issue.

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Paying to ship air is a cost many companies overlook and just say it’s the cost of running a business. With the help of a compaction table, this cost can be greatly reduced if not eliminated. For this application we… Learn More


We put herbal tea into bulk bags after blending the teas in-house. We generally use 1,000-liter bulk bags but can only get about 80% full by gravity-filling alone. What product do we need?

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Compaction of bulk bags without machine is no easy task due to the size and weight of these bags. For this application we typically use a linear non-impacting pneumatic vibrator such as the NTS™ Series to power a compaction table. … Learn More


We’re looking for a vibration system that can remove air bubbles from casting material in a mold. Do you have a solution?

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Settling material in their respective molds is best left to a vibratory table. For this application we recommend using a rotary electric vibrator such as the XHD™ Series to power the vibratory table being used in this application.  In the past… Learn More


We cut a variety of foam shapes for automotive headliners. The foam shapes then drop into stainless hoppers below. Dust and debris from cutting the shapes falls to the bottom of the hopper. I’d like to vibrate the hopper to remove the debris from the shapes, allowing it to fall into a channel in the bottom of the hopper making it easier to remove. Please let me know what products you suggest.

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We would like to use a compaction table to vibrate 35-gallon fiber packs of powder coating.

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Vibrating fiber packs to settle product and increase shipping capacity is best left to machine.  We would typically recommend using a rotary electric vibrator such as the XHA™ Series to power the compaction table.  You’ll find that a compaction table… Learn More


We are looking for a pallet vibrator to reduce air and increase pallet fill capacity.

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Vibratory tables are the most effective/efficient way of removing air from shipping containers to ensure that you are not paying to ship air. For this application we recommend using a linear non-impacting pneumatic vibrator such as the NTS™ Series to… Learn More