Use air-powered vibrators in hazardous areas where electricity is not recommended or in areas where electricity isn't available. They are a good choice for continuous-duty applications, and work with hoppers, bins, and chutes to help keep your materials moving with minimal noise. Air powered is also known as pneumatic.
General Purpose Ball
A good choice for small- to medium-sized hoppers and bins, these vibrators use balls traveling in a circular path on an internal track driven by compressed air to create high-frequency vibration. Control the frequency by adjusting the air pressure. Ball vibrators can be used in any orientation and require a lubricated air supply to maintain operating efficiency.
Light Duty Ball — With 90° Dual-Mount Bracket & Iron Housing
Standard Duty Ball — With Mounting Feet & Aluminum Housing
Standard Duty Ball — With Mounting Feet & Iron Housing
Harsh-Environment Ball — With Mounting Feet & Iron Housing
Reduce the amount of noise generated in manufacturing spaces using turbine vibrators. They use turbines rotating on a sealed bearing, which produces less noise than ball vibrators. They also use less air, maintain higher efficiency, and require less maintenance over the life of the vibrator than ball vibrators due to the sealed, prelubricated bearing. They are commonly used on parts feeding tracks, packaging lines, and to help prevent material settling in hoppers.
Light Duty Turbine — With 90° Dual-Mount Bracket
Standard Duty Turbine — With Mounting Feet
Standard Duty with Through Housing Exhaust — With Mounting Feet
Standard Duty Turbine For Closed Systems — With Mounting Feet
Heavy Duty Turbine — With Mounting Feet
Heavy Duty Turbine — With Wedge Mount
Corrosion-Resistant Turbine — With 90° Dual-Mount Bracket
Corrosion-Resistant Turbine — With Mounting Feet
Stainless Steel Housing
High-Efficiency Corrosion-Resistant Turbine — With Inline End Bracket
Maintain the flow of wet, sticky, or otherwise difficult to move materials with the power of these piston vibrators. They have an internal piston that moves up and down through the shaft, creating a linear, hammer-like force. This type of vibration is more direct than the rotary force of ball and turbine vibrators, making them a good choice for more demanding applications such as mining, foundries, chemical plants, and paper plants.
With Inline End Bracket
With Mounting Feet
A small piston allows these vibrators to break up material, move parts, and maintain flow, but with less force than high-impact piston vibrators, making them a good choice for in small bins and hoppers, on tracks, and in filling machines. Their miniature internal piston moves up and down through the shaft of the vibrator, creating a direct, linear force.
With Inline End Bracket & Stainless Steel Housing
Immersion for Concrete Finishing
Immerse the shaft and vibrating head assembly of these vibrators into concrete forms to remove the air pockets and make more compact, durable concrete. Their high-speed vibrating action helps to release the air from the concrete so it can fully consolidate. Also referred to as stingers, pokers, needle vibrators, or pencil vibrators, these immersion vibrators are low maintenance and recycle air from the exhaust process, making them highly efficient to run.