Bin activator prevents flow blockages

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UK food firms to benefit from bin activator

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A new bin activator has been launched into the UK market that will help manufacturers eliminate material flow problems that can lead to potentially dangerous blockages in factory piping or tubing applications.

Spiroflow's bin activator has integral vibrating blades to maintain a steady momentum and minimise bridging. It is said to be well suited to ensuring the steady flow of materials that are hazardous, toxic, require sanitary handling or are simply challenging.

The blades are fully adjustable for accurate control of solids, while energy is imparted directly into the materials by the vibrating blades to ensure continuous flow. Effective shut-off is managed with close tolerance blades by the discharger control valve and these can be customised.

Manufactured in carbon-steel or stainless steel, making the equipment easy to wash down for applications like food processing and beverage bottling, the bin activator is designed to minimise risk in potentially hazardous or explosive environments.

Contact: Spiroflow

Related topics: Processing equipment

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