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ZLS251 Allied Electronics, Inc. ABB Not Provided Incoming Terminal Feeder Component; 200A; Line Terminal L1; 2 Modules
ZLS252 Allied Electronics, Inc. ABB Not Provided Incoming Terminal Feeder Component; 200A; Line Terminal L2; 2 Modules
3RV1915-1DB Allied Electronics, Inc. SIEMENS Not Provided MSP 3RV 5 LINE SIDE FEEDER 45MM SPACING
3RV1915-1AB Allied Electronics, Inc. SIEMENS Not Provided MSP 3RV 2 LINE SIDE FEEDER 45MM SPACING
3RV1915-1CB Allied Electronics, Inc. SIEMENS Not Provided MSP 3RV 4 LINE SIDE FEEDER 45MM SPACING
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  • Case History: New Feeders Boost EPS Production and Efficiency at Bandex
    members.) The region has a population of 220 million. The Bandex plan included upgrading its manufacturing facility, so the company added disc-type volumetric feeders to the production line. The feeders, built by a recognized manufacturer of feeding equipment, were a critical component
  • Case History: New Production Line at Spartech Polycom to Use Acrison Feeders
    Compounding giant Spartech Polycom has selected Acrison International as feeder supplier for its new plastic pellet production line at its Donchery site in France. This line represents the largest of the three production lines of Spartech Polycom France and has been installed to cope with increased
  • Vibratory Parts Feeders: Bowl vs. Straight Line - A Comparison
    with the familiar bolt feeder. When overwhelmed by bowl feeder problems, some of you have issued edicts outlawing (all) vibratory feeders; killing the other choice. This article compares bowl and "non-bowl" straightline vibratory feeders to show that there is another effective, competitive choice.
  • Case History: Updating Feeders Improves Jet-Milling Production at Custom Processor
    On a processing line dedicated to a single material, a feeder's cleanout features may not be of concern. But when a custom processor needed to run many different materials, a feeder that could quickly and completely empty its contents was essential. Located in Moorestown, N.J., Jet Pulverizer first
  • Case History: New Plant Incorporates Tried-and-True Feeders
    worked for GE Plastics, Mount Vernon, Ind. He left GE Plastics in 1983 and started his own toll-compounding business, recompounding GE's off-spec materials into usable products. Within a few years, the company launched its own product line of custom-engineered materials while continuing
  • Case History: New Feeders Payback in Less than a Year
    had hand tipped vegetable colourants into a hopper and conveyed it with the granular ingredients to the extruder. By introducing the vegetable colourants much lower down the line, using three Acrison 170 flat-bed type volumetric feeders, MRC considerably reduced the amount of product to be purged.
  • Case History: Acrison Models 105 and Loss-In-Weight Feeders Increase Accuracy at Flour Mill
    Acrison International have recently commissioned two loss in weight feeders and two volumetric feeders on the self raising flour line at millers, W Nelstrop & Company Ltd. The remotely controlled new feeders, part of an ongoing investment programme, have increased the efficiency of the self-raising
  • Case History: There is No Emergency, Loss-in-Weight Feeders Save Fire-Resistive Materials Manufacturer
    , until 1999, when the company decided to upgrade to loss-in-weight feeders for improved process and quality control. The dry spray-applied fire-resistive materials are used like this: At a construction site, the dry material is pneumatically conveyed to a nozzle that's connected to a water line. When
  • Schenck Accurate Products for the Plastics Industry
    For over 40 years, Schenck AccuRate has worked closely with both large and small plastics compounders providing superior feeding systems for resins and additives. From feeding colors to wood flour, fillers and a host of other plastics additives, our award-winning line of feeders offer you models
  • Motor Protectors & Thermal Breakers & Thermistors
    Motors should have protection for themselves, the branch circuit, and the feeder line. Other protection, provided by fuses and circuit breakers, guards against fault conditions caused by short circuits or grounds and overcurrents exceeding locked-rotor values.

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