Eco-Friendly High Frequency Internal Vibrators for First-Class Compaction Results in Concrete

Eco-Friendly High Frequency Internal Vibrators for First-Class Compaction Results in Concrete

Eco-pleasant higher frequency inner vibrators for very first-class compaction outcomes in concrete

Product Introduction:
The operating portion of the vibrator is a rod-formed hollow cylinder with an eccentric vibrator inside of, which is rotated at high speed underneath the motor to create substantial-frequency micro-vibration. The vibration frequency can achieve 12000~15000 moments/min.

Basic principle:
There is an electromagnetic coil in the electromagnetic vibrator, by means of the electromagnetic
The operating basic principle of the vibrator is demonstrated in the figure
The functioning theory of the vibrator is proven in the figure
The present of the coil is a pulse existing that is 50 %-wave rectified. In the positive half wave, the existing passes, the electromagnet has suction, and the vibrating plate is attracted in the negative 50 % wave, no present passes, the electromagnet suction disappears, and the vibrating plate returns to the first position owing to the action of the spring, and offers The coal channel is linked to the vibrating plate, so that under the action of the electromagnetic vibrator, the coal channel is continuously vibrated.

Characteristics:
1.Handy and comfortable to operate thanks to the design of the motor and mild weight 
2.CZPT-insulation for the motor enhance the risk-free procedure greatly 
three.Working with the one section electrical power provide, very ideal for personal use.
four.Often easy and convenience to take care of and operation.

Parameter:

Model: MC-EH-25 MC-EH-32 MC-EH-forty MC-EH-48 MC-EH-58
VIibrator CZPT Dia: 25 32 40 forty eight fifty eight
VPM: 12000~17000
RPM: 9500~14000
Vibrating Amplitude(mm): .8 one one.two one.three 1.5
Dia of Versatile Hose(mm) twenty five thirty thirty thirty 36

 

 

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Eco-Friendly High Frequency Internal Vibrators for First-Class Compaction Results in Concrete