vibratory distribution system

Proven Sanitary Vibratory Conveyor Technology

Multi-Purpose Application Capabilities

Vibratory conveyors offer many advantages over other methods of horizontal conveying including increased safety, reduced maintenance, spillage elimination, improved sanitation and energy efficiency. In addition, sanitary vibratory conveyors provide more even product delivery to other processing equipment verses other types of conveyors.

Make your process application double duty to maximize productivity and increase productivity of your in-line bulk material handling processing needs. Sanitary vibratory conveyors from Meyer can be designed for multi-purpose applications such as screening, dewatering, laning, grading, feeding and spreading processes while conveying.

Configurations to Meet Your Need

When it comes to bulk material handling, Meyer Industries, Inc. offers a number of vibratory conveyor solutions in various sizes, capabilities, and discharge options, including a choice in drive types. Choose from excited frame drives with the Vibra-Flex® II or electro-magnetic drives with the Magne-FlexTM II, then continue to customize for your specific application need. Options include single or multiple screens in various styles, discharge gates, bolted or quick release covers and cooling or drying decks with air plenums.

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These highly sanitary, energy efficient conveyors allow for product conveying while screening and also improve line layout efficiency.
Designed to provide the maximum in flexibility, reliability and long-life, our dewatering conveyors are built to match the requirements of virtually any application.
We offer a wide range of vibratory equipment for laning of elongated products prior to packaging where product orientation is important.
Industrial graders provide accurate, damage free processing for products like french fries.
Feeding vibratory conveyors utilize natural frequency to gently feed or move the product forward to the next in-line process.
Spread products from a narrow feed point to a wider discharge point using vibratory technology.