Deister Machine Co.: Exciter Vibrating Mechanism

By |  January 10, 2014

The Exciter Vibrating Mechanism from Deister Machine Co. is designed for use with large linear-stroke screens and feeders. Multiple units can be positioned in series and linked by flexible shaft couplings to provide exceptional B-10 bearing life in conjunction with aggressive G-force. State-of-the-art CNC manufacturing processes ensure tight tolerances and precision fits for the entire assembly. Innovative seal, shaft and bearing designs provide a rugged unit that is easy to maintain, especially when combined with the Deister System Saver Oil Filtration System. Removable external counterweight slugs allow for easy output force adjustment over a wide speed range. The Exciter Vibrating Mechanism can be driven by V-belts or direct-drive flexible shaft.

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