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The design and wide size range of MEKA vibrating feeders is adapted to make proper access around crushers possible and decrease the total cost of the installation. The versatile design can be mounted on support springs or suspended on coil springs, depending on the location and application.

MEKA MPF Vibrating Feeders are designed for high capacity feeding especially for secondary and tertiary duties. MVF feeders all work
on the same principle, that being the extraction of materials from under crushers, bins, hoppers etc, or fed by a conveyor with a regulated flow to promote a steady supply to maximise production in the processing plant.

•  Versatile
   Can be mounted on support springs or suspended on coil springs, depending on the location and application
•   Maximum production
   High-capacity vibrator motors generate up to 10mm stroke in most of materials from small granular materials to large lumps
•  Wide range
   Many feeder lengths make installation flexible and can reduce your total cost of installation
•  Adaptability
   The design and wide size range of MEKA Vibrating feeders is adapted to make proper access around crushers possible and decrease the total cost of the installation

•  Robust, all-welded feeder body with high sidewalls preventing spillage and simplify feed chute design
•  Heavy-duty vibrators lubricated for life minimizing maintenance
•  Feed rate adjusted by repositioning weight segments in the drive or by using variable speed control
•  Replaceable AR bolted wear liners on sides and pan

What is vibrating feeder?

Vibrating feeders are used to feed crusher equipment in primary, secondary or tertiary applications.

Vibrating feeders are produced in sizes up to 1.5 meters x 3 meters, depending on market demand, although much larger vibrating feeders are also produced and used. 


In which processes/applications are vibrating feeders used?

Vibrating feeders are manufactured in different lengths and widths for primary, secondary or tertiary applications, and are used for dosing without screening material for separation according to size. Vibrating feeders, known also as pan feeders, can be mounted on a fixed chassis or operated in suspended form, and are appropriate for use

below bunkers, for the connecting of shafts in tunnels under open stocks, or before the crusher for regular and continuous feeding. Since vibrating feeders are connected to the bunker or bulk material, an uninterrupted feed is provided to the next item of machinery in the line. This type of feed is most suitable when there is a need for continuous weighing to identify fluctuations, especially in conveyor systems with belt scales. Since the flow of material is immediately halted when vibrating feeders are stopped, they allow highly effective dosing.


Useful tips for the maintenance and operation of vibrating feeders.

As with all vibrating equipment and other crushing and screening machinery, the daily, weekly and monthly checks and maintenance procedures described in detail in the user books should be followed. For the maintenance/operation of vibrating feeders:

·        The lubrication or grease of vibration motors or other drive mechanisms should be checked, if present;

·        Wear and tear should be checked, and worn parts should be replaced to ensure a long working life. Worn plates must be replaced before the wear and tear to the surfaces of the feeder that come into contact with the fed material reaches the main body. In particular, the feeder base should be checked for corrosion, and welded repairs should be avoided as they may hinder the flow of material.

·        There should be no loose fixings in the body of vibrating feeders. The maintenance and lubrication of vibration system connections and electric motors should be carried out regularly, without delay.

·        Springs and rubber damping wedges should be checked periodically, and replaced if necessary.

·        In linear vibration systems, the movement of material over the feeder resembles the flow of water. The chassis and the vibration system contribute to feeder efficiency. The vibration frequency can be adjusted from the control panel, resulting in a change in capacity. Choosing the right frequency is important for the efficient functioning of the equipment.


MVF 6515

MVF 8517

MVF 1020

MVF 1220

MVF 1520

W X L (mm) W X L (inchxfeet) 650x1500 25x5 850x1700 33x5/2 1000x2000 39x6/2 1200x2000 47x6/2 1500x2000 59x6/2
Power (kW) Power (HP) 2x0.9 2x1.45 2x1.96 2x2.8 2x2.2 2x3 2x2.2 2x3 2x3.8 2x5
Capacity (mtph) Capacity (stph) 100-180 110-198 180-275 198-302 220-400 242-440 250-500 275-550 300-600 330-660
Maximum Feed Size (mm) Maximum Feed Size (inch) 200 8 260 10 300 12 330 13 400 16
At specified inclination and for material weighing 1.6 t/m³ or 100 lbs/ft³. Capacity values are indicative only and depend not only on feeder size but also on feeder inclination, feed gradation, etc.


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