K2 reciprocating feeder is suitable for the transfer of bulk materials in mines, mines, coal preparation plants, medium stations, coal transporting workshops, port bulk materials t...
Overview of K2 reciprocating feeders
K2 reciprocating feeder is suitable for the transfer of bulk materials in mines, mines, coal preparation plants, medium stations, coal transporting workshops, port bulk materials terminals, etc., and can transfer bulk materials uniformly through the silo to the belt conveyor or other screening equipment and storage devices. Realize the uniform feeding of bulk materials such as ore, sand coal and grain. The feeding trough of this series of feeders is reciprocated in a straight line by a driving device through a crank connecting rod device. When the feed tank moves forward, the material will be removed by the action of inertia force and friction force. At this time, the material in the hopper will fall down, so that it cannot be discharged in the front. The transmission device of this series feeder is suspended, which can be directly arranged under the hopper for easy installation.
K2 reciprocating feeder has the advantages of uniform and stable feeding, adjustable feeding amount, small shape height, simple structure, easy adjustment and installation, reliable operation and long service life.
Main structure and working principle of K2 reciprocating feeder
This series of feeder is composed of bottom frame, driving platform, funnel, gate, crank connecting rod mechanism and roller, etc. See the structure diagram for details. Its transmission principle: when the motor starts, through the elastic coupling, reducer, crank connecting rod device to drag the inclined bottom frame on the roller for linear reciprocating motion, the material will be uniformly discharged to transport machinery or other screening equipment. This feeder has a variety of combination types, such as funnel, valve with adjustment and funnel, gate without adjustment, etc. When conveying hard materials, consider adding a liner at the bottom of the tank.
Physical picture of K2 reciprocating feeder