How does the vibration motor move?
Circulation- Using one vibration motor
When one vibration motor is used to generate vibration, rotation occurs while the position of the unbalanced weight changes instantaneously in the sequence of A,B,C and D. This means that the vibration direction also changes in the same way to generate circular vibration. Examples of the uses of circulation, vibration include the prevention of blockages in hoppers as well as applications in vibration milling machines and barrel finishing machines.
Linearly-Using a pair (two) vibration motors
Pair of two the same model vibration motors configure to the same vibrating force are supported by soft springs as shown in the figure on the right and their vibrator shafts are installed in parallel.
Vibration motor are run concurrently in mutually opposing directions. ln this structure, a synchronous torque is produced and, even without transmission through gears or other mechanisms, the two vibrators start a synchronous operation in which the forces in the horizontal direction cancel each other out while only vertical vibration is generated. This principle is used for forced packers, vibrating feeders, conveyors, screens, and many other kinds of machines that apply vibration.
The two vibration motors are installed on the left and right side of straight-line vibration in the same direction. Due to varying the installation angles of the vibration motors, different projection angles can be achieved the operating requirements of the machine platform.
The two vibration motors are installed on the upper end of the mechanism. Inside is a multi-layer sieve net structure that functions at better efficiency according to granularity specifications.
One vibration motor is installed on the lower end of the mechanism. The installation angle enables the production of circular movement for sifting and conveyance functions, wherein the different functions are based on the adjusted angle.
This is most suitable for use in the food and chemical industries the vibrations produced by the vibration motor depends on the particular model installed frequency variance is utilized to change the outputted vibration intensity and amplitude.
Utilizing a vertical-type vibration motor enables the sieving to produce a three-cycle movement that is quite effective for sifting powder of fine and ultra-fine granularity and furthermore, without clogging the sieve net: can also be utilized in wet-type sieve sifters.