Case Studies Vibratory bowl feeder to feed and orientate Pistons

Vibratory bowl feeder to feed and orientate Pistons

Vibratory bowl feeder to feed and orientate Pistons

Vibratory bowl feeding and handling system to feed and orientate Pistons

RNA skills:-

  • Machine building and integration
  • Machine and process control
  • Bowl feeding
  • Project management
  • Developed with GAMP Pharmaceutical standards




Piston – 2 types


280 components per minute total (140ppm per bowl).

Bowl Type:

Stainless steel conical bowl

The system consists of:

Bulk Feeder (2-off)

  • BVL 25 vibratory hopper complete with outlet chute and beadblast finish

Vibratory Bowl Feeder

  • KSB-BA 400-15RG-220 – 304 Stainless steel conical bowl
  • FDA400: FDA approved polyurethane coating to suit component
  • SRC-N 400-1 Bowl feeder drive unit- Stainless Steel Cover
  • ESR 3000 Controller – Dual Frequency 50/60HZ, Output current 6Amp, CSA/CE approved control unit for the operation of a vibratory bowl feeder or linear feeder with inputs for two sensors to monitor and control the material flow

Linear Out-feed

  • SLL 804-2800 linear drive unit
  • Fitted with a twin lane tooled track approximately 2500 mm in length (lane 1) and approximately 3200 mm in length (lane 2)
  • Approximately 2000 mm overhang of linear track to customer machine
  • Fitted with high and low level sensors

Change over between components will be accommodated via interchangeable/adjustable tooling.


Component contacts: Stainless grade 304, hard anodised aluminium, and FDA approved polyurethane.
Non-contacts: Stainless grade 304, anodised / painted aluminium and painted mild steel.


How RNA Bowl Feeder Feeds and Orientates Pistons

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# Vibratory Bowl Feeder

Vibratory bowl feeder to feed and orientate Pistons

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