screw conveyor


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screw conveyor

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(General Engineering) engineering a duct along which material is conveyed by the rotational action of a spiral vane which lies along the length of the duct. Also called: worm conveyor
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The online cleaning system was designed to include bags, cages, platform and ladder, and a screw conveyor and rotary valve.
New Low Profile Flexible Screw Conveyor from Flexicon Corp.
Able to fill two vessels with the same material simultaneously, the Flexicon Twin BEV-CON flexible screw conveyor system has a 20-cu-ft capacity hopper equipped with dual discharge adapters, each of which charges a flexible screw to move free- and nonfree-flowing bulk materials that pack, cake, smear, fluidize or compress, or are otherwise problematic to convey.
[ClickPress, Fri Nov 23 2018] Global Screw Conveyor Market : Definition and Introduction Screw conveyors are primarily employed for handling various materials that have relatively good flowability.
The combine harvesters were equipped with a 10.7 m (35 feet) powerflex draper header and a 9.1 m (30 feet) screw conveyor (auger).
Once connected with a clamp ring and telescoping tube interface, the unit's mechanical agitator promotes material flow into the inlet of the 25-foot long, 4.5-inch diameter flexible screw conveyor, which is connected to the outlet port of the hopper using a U-shaped charging adapter.
The Tip-Tite drum dumper with integral flexible screw conveyor allows volumetric feeding of bulk material from drums into downstream processes free of dust.
The Material Master Bulk Bag Discharging System with scale system and flexible screw conveyor provides for an efficient, controlled discharge of materials through a loss-in-weight operation into customer's existing process.
A new Flexicon flexible screw conveyor with trough hopper can receive material from multiple outlets of feeders, grinders, blenders and other process equipment.
Product engineers cite a compact, economical alternative to traditional screw conveyor drives: Closely stepped speed reduction ratios combined with a directly coupled gearmotor or NEMA C-face input design eliminates the need for top motor mounts, pulleys, belts or guards.