Oscillating conveyor technology a core competence for Ontario-based Rosta Inc.July 7, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Rosta Inc., the Canadian arm of Rosta AG, has been supplying industries in Canada with rubber suspension elements and special machine components since 1988. While the company has expertise in tensioning technology and rubber suspension technology, its core business is oscillating conveyor technology — the elastic, neutral reaction and almost vibration-free suspension of oscillating machines and screens in the processing industry. The company’s oscillating conveyor technology is made up of three lines — free oscillating systems, guided shaker systems and gyratory sifters.
Free oscillating systems: From onion sorting shakers in the tinned food industry up to the ore dewatering screens in mines, Rosta’s freely vibrating systems offer standardized suspension variants with the highest levels of isolation.
Guided shaker systems: For fast, wear-free shaker conveyors with crank drives, Rosta has a wide range of standard rocker arms for the careful suspension of conveyor and screen troughs.
Gyratory sifters: The support of gyratory screening machines is Rosta’s speciality. The company supplies vibration-damping universal joint suspensions for load supports from 200 to 40,000 N.
Rosta Inc.’s rubber suspension elements and special machine components are designed to help reduce maintenance costs and increase productivity. Its goal is to meet customer requirements and provide a long-lasting and reliable product. The company has a range of standard components available from its extensive inventory, and its factory in Switzerland is always ready to assist with specific design requirements. Though based in Uxbridge, Ont., Rosta has an extensive local distribution network with trained and competent staff across Canada.
Contact Rosta to learn more about its oscillating conveyor technology.