Dry Material Feeding
Dry Material Feeding include two methods of batch feeding and weighing bulk material handling products, Loss-in-Weight Feeding, and Gain-in-Weight Feeding. Dry bulk solids include powders, granules, pellets, flakes, and fibers.
Materials features of dry material feeding:
Dry bulk solids (such as powders, granules, pellets, flakes, and fibers) can behave in different ways. This typically varies with each material’s chemical and physical characteristics and flow properties. Some major characteristics are the size and shape of the particles, the material’s bulk density, compressibility, cohesive strength, moisture, oil or fat content, and the way in which the material behaves under atmospheric and loading conditions.
Many different bulk solids materials have different flow behaviors. This can greatly vary depending on the material properties or particle geometry. The Feeder’s vibratory technology can handle most bulk solids feeding challenges.
Vibratory Feeders, loss in weight feeders, and other industrial feeders are Dry Material Feeding.