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Air-Powered Quiet-Operation Turbine Vibrator: 670 lb Max Force @ Max Pressure, Std Duty Turbine For Closed Systems, Iron

Item # 398W260

$459.62 Each

Product Specs

Vibrator Type: Standard Duty Turbine For Closed Systems
Mount Type: Mounting Feet
Housing Material: Iron
Maximum Force @ Maximum Pressure: 670 lb
Bin Load Capacity: 6,700 lb
Speed @ Maximum Pressure: 5,000 vpm
Maximum Pressure: 80 psi
Air Consumption @ Maximum Pressure: 18 cu ft/min
Inlet Thread Size: 3/8 in
Inlet Thread Type: NPT
Outlet Thread Size: 1/2 in
Outlet Thread Type: NPT
Application: Where Exhausted Air Must be Remotely Discharged Using a Threaded Exhaust Port; Plating and Food Industries; Bio-Tech; Plastics; Chemical; Automotive
Bearings: Prelubricated
Color: Orange
Duty Cycle: Continuous
Features: Easily Repaired; Maintenance Free; High Force Output; Patented Design; No Lubrication Required; Quiet
Finish/Coating: Painted
Green Certification: Not Rated
Inlet Thread Gender: Female
Maximum Operating Temperature: 200 ° F
Mount Orientation: Universal
Mount Plate Included: No
Mounting Hardware Included: No
Mounting Hardware Required: Yes
Noise Rating: 74 dBA at 60 psi
Outlet Thread Gender: Female
Overall Height: 5.8125 in
Overall Length: 7.9375 in
Overall Width: 4.75 in
Port Location: Top
Specifications Met: OSHA

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • USA

About Air-Powered Vibrators

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.

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.