Rotary Feeder or Rotary Valve is used for regulating material flow or as an airlock in a material handling process. Due to their robust configuration, they are applicable to several different areas of the material handling process.
Laitex’s Rotary Feeders are designed with a long service life for demanding and extreme processing conditions. The robust design of the unit enables it to function in numerous different material feeding and dosing applications. Rotary Feeders are tailored according to the materials conveyed, connections, capacity, location, and other conditions that apply the processes.
Laitex’s Rotary Feeder is one of our core products and it has been sold for over 30 years. Their reliability is based on the use of standard solutions, including a durable and rigorously tested structure, stuffing box sealings at axle holes (rope, air, or grease sealing), an external bearing system, hard chrome-plated housing and other surface coatings, and end scrapers. Long-lasting and easy-to-maintain devices are available in a variety of sizes and functionalities.
Laitex's rotary feeders
- Long service life.
- Low maintenance need.
- Bulk cutting blade and self cleaning options available.
- Suitable for extreme conditions.
- High reliability.
- Customizable size and capacity.
- Woodchips, bark, sawdust, peat
- Plastic materials
- Agricultural materials
- Other materials as requested
|Specifications for typical applications|
|Rotor diameter||Up to 1000 mm|
|Rotor length||200 – 4000 mm|
|Construction materials||Cast iron, carbon-, stainless, wear resistant, high temperature or heat resistant steels. Wear resistant platings available. Other materials on request.|
|Drive unit||Gear motor with direct drive. Optionally moment coupling.|
|Components||Standard flanged bearings or built in bearing housings. Stuffing boxes for shaft sealing (Optionally boxes with air input). Sensor for rotation.|
|Safety||Guards and protective devices according to EN 618.|
|Other options are available on request|
|ATEX directive (2014/34/EU)|
|All Laitex devices can be equipped to fulfil the requirements of ATEX Equipment group II in categories 2 G, D and 3 G, D (suitable for ATEX zones 1, 2, 21 and 22).|
|All Laitex equipment conform to Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, and are therefore acceptable for CE-marking.|