Rotary feeders are mainly used for emptying waste from dust collectors during the filtration process.
The rotary feeder conveys the dust from the upper part downwards using rotation. The rotor is equipped with flexible blades, which guarantees tight filtering conditions. The rotor is placed on the shaft using bearings, which are located outside the area of conveyed material. The rotor turns because of the electrogearbox which is located on the rotary feeder’s pedestal.
Rotary feeders are mainly used for conveying dust into big-bags or containers.
The rotary feeder is designed for the transport of bulk or fibrous dust with a maximum particle size up to 50 mm. It is most often used in dust filters and cyclone separators with a requirement for continuous removal of dust from the hopper of the dust collector.
The design of the rotary feeder ensures the sealing of the discharge opening during its operation and thus prevents air from being sucked into the dust filter or dirt from being blown into the outdoor space of the dust collector.
Usual operating temperature is from -30 °C up to +80 °C.
- carbon steel
- stainless steel