Vibra Finish carries wide selection of finishing machinesSeptember 17, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Vibratory finishing machines use vibration to give products their desired finish. Vibra Finish, a leader in vibratory finishing with more than 40 years of experience, carries a wide selection of both new and used vibratory finishing machines in a variety of styles and sizes.
Some of the styles include:
Vibra batch bowls
Batch bowls have a uniform low spiral rise channel design that facilitates the unrestricted flow of parts during processing. The bowls feature maximum load, minimum impingement and a programmable time cycle. They have a working capacity of three to 50 cubic feet, a bowl diameter of 35 to 100 inches, and a channel width of 10 to 22 inches, depending on the model.
Vibra flat bottom bowls
These are designed for hand-pick operations, and provide maximum load, vibratory efficiency and a lower capital cost. Vibra flat bottom bowls have a working capacity of three to 20 cubic feet, a bowl diameter of 35 to 80 inches, and a channel width of 10 to 18 inches, depending on the model.
Vibra flow through bowls
These bowls feature a continuous full rise channel design that provides longer retention time and uniform action. Flow through bowls have steel burnishing capability, a working capacity of four to 33 cubic feet, a bowl diameter of 46 to 118 inches, and a channel width of nine to 15 inches.
Vibra’s high-quality machinery satisfies most finishing needs “simply and cost effectively,” the company says. The selection includes corn cob dryers, portable machines, a race track or tub style machine, and much more.
The company operates from four plants, offering new and used equipment, as well as a variety of services, including production finishing, rebuilding, packaging, sorting and light assembly. To learn more about its wide selection of vibratory finishing machines, contact Vibra Finish.