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What is a Bowl Feeder?

How does a bowl feeder work?

The bowl feeder is a tool designed to feed industrial processes. Its operating principle is based on vibration to move components or parts in bulk presentation inside a container. Its design is adapted to the particular needs of each component. Making the delivery of each of them efficient.

What advantages does a bowl feeder offer?

  • Improved Efficiency: Ensures consistent feeding, reducing downtime on the production line.
  • Greater precision: Avoid component or part assembly errors by ensuring correct and consistent placement every time.
  • Safety and reliability: It is a durable, robust, low-wear and low-maintenance structure.

In which industries can we apply a bowl feeder?

  • Automotive: Ideal for handling screws, nuts, springs and other parts.
  • Electronics: To place IC, connectors, cables, resistors and more components.
  • Pharmaceutical: For handling syringes, medical devices, caps, pills, containers and more elements
  • Food: bottles, lids, containers, joints, food and other requirements
  • Manufacture of plastics: for molded parts, assembly elements, plastic components and more

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At i4R we know how important it is to guarantee production and to be efficient. That is why our bowl feeder designs are always designed under the requirements and specifications of our clients.

What information do we need for our designs? We require the drawings of the components or parts. Commercial part number, if any. The rate per hour or minute for dispensing. The orientation of the piece when it is placed. How many output rails are required in the process.

If necessary, we can integrate piece counters and stopers in the feeding system.

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