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Vibrator-mounting system requires no welding or bolting

Martin Vibration Systems & Solutions

This versatile mounting solution (photo) allows operators to quickly and easily attach the company’s compact, pneumatic, piston-type Bantam Series vibrators directly to process vessels, such as bins, hoppers and chutes, with no need for welding, drilling or tapping. Designed to soundly adhere to circumferences of less than 24 in. (610 mm), the Stick-and-Shake Mounting System provides all the necessary components, including a stainless- steel faceplate, mounting studs, lock washers and hex nuts, two-component adhesive cartridge, mixing nozzle, double-sided adhesive strips and an easy-to-use applicator gun. The glue adheres to nearly every common industrial structural material, including painted metals, polycarbonate, acrylics and acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) plastics, says the company. The system is useful for small hoppers, specialized vessels or cramped spaces where traditional vibration brackets won’t fit, to keep powders and pellets free-flowing. — Martin Vibration Systems & Solutions, Marine City, Mich.

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