The multiple-shaft vibration system Vector Drive offers a multitude of application possibilities.
The resonance-free starting and stopping, together with independent regulation of the working direction, frequency and amplitude open up new possibilities for compacting, mixing, feeding and distributing.
The Vector Drive system consists of a control unit and at least 4 vibrators. For an electric vibrator there are generally two operating conditions and two transitional phases: standstill (no vibration), nominal rotational speed (vibration) and acceleration up to nominal rotational speed or deceleration down to standstill. Often , however, only the two operating conditions, standstill and nominal rotational speed, are desired, since detrimental resonance zones must be passed through in the transitional phases.
Example: Bulk material is optimally compacted using external vibrators at 3000 revs/min. When passing through rotational speeds between 1700 revs/min and 1300 revs/min , undesirable loosening can occur. The best solution would be to simply switch on the vibration at the nominal rotational speed and then switch it off again.