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NE Series Vibrating Screen Exciter: Reliable Vibration Solutions for Diverse Applications

NE Series Vibrating Screen Exciter

NE Series Vibrators are versatile and reliable components used in a wide range of industrial applications to generate controlled vibrations for material handling, processing, compaction, and testing purposes. Their robust construction, high efficiency, and adjustable settings make them suitable for various industries requiring vibration-based solutions.
  • Description

The NE series vibrator refers to a line of specialized vibrators used in various industrial applications to generate controlled vibrations. These vibrators are designed for reliability, durability, and efficiency, making them suitable for integration into equipment such as vibrating screens, feeders, conveyors, compactors, and sieves.

Technical Parameters

Model NE30 NE65 NE80 NE100 NE150
Speed (r/min) 980 980 980 980 980
Static Moment (Kg•cm) 583 1404 2116 2860 4290
1329 3052 4376 5384 7500
Maximum Exciting Force (kN) 140 321 461 567 790
Weight (Excluding Guard And Eccentric Block) 310 536 831 1279 1306
Size (mm)
A 3×110 3×140 3×165 5×160 5×160
B 200 250 310 370 370
C φ25 φ38 φ38 φ38 φ38
D 30 45 45 45 45
E 400 510 650 980 980
F 873 930 968 1108 1108
G 270 340 400 480 480
H 618 780 820 762 920
I 480 570 630 752 752
J 300 360 370 465 465
K 250 300 350 400 400


Robust Construction: NE Series Vibrators are typically built with durable materials and heavy-duty components to withstand the demanding conditions of industrial environments.

High Efficiency: These vibrators are engineered for optimal energy efficiency, providing reliable performance while minimizing power consumption.

Adjustable Settings: NE Series vibrators often come with adjustable settings for vibration intensity, frequency, and amplitude, allowing operators to customize the vibrations based on specific application requirements.

Low Maintenance: With sealed construction and few moving parts, NE Series Vibrators require minimal maintenance, resulting in reduced downtime and lower operating costs.

Versatility: They are suitable for a wide range of applications across industries such as mining, aggregates, construction, recycling, food processing, pharmaceuticals, and more.

Working Principles

Electric Excitation: NE Series Vibrators operate based on electromagnetic excitation principles. When an electric current flows through the vibrator coils, it generates a magnetic field that interacts with the armature, causing it to move back and forth.

Eccentric Weight: Each vibrator in the NE Series is equipped with an eccentric weight mounted on the armature. As the armature moves back and forth, the eccentric weight generates centrifugal force, leading to vibration.

Vibration Generation: The vibration produced by the eccentric weight is transmitted to the equipment or machinery connected to the vibrator, causing it to vibrate. This vibration facilitates various processes such as material handling, screening, compacting, and conveying.

Control: NE Series vibrators can be controlled manually or through automated systems such as variable frequency drives (VFDs) or programmable logic controllers (PLCs), offering precise control over vibration characteristics.


Material Handling: NE Series Vibrators are commonly used in material handling equipment such as vibrating screens, feeders, and conveyors to facilitate the transportation, sorting, and processing of bulk materials.

Screening and Sizing: They find applications in vibrating sieves and screens for separating particles based on size, shape, or density in industries such as pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and food processing.

Compaction: NE Series vibrators are utilized in compactors and vibratory compacting equipment to densify soil, asphalt, concrete, and other materials in construction, road building, and landscaping projects.

Foundry and Metalworking: These vibrators are used in foundry shakeouts and metalworking equipment to remove sand, debris, and burrs from castings, forgings, and machined parts.

Testing and Calibration: They are employed in testing equipment, instruments, and calibration devices that require controlled vibrations for performance testing, analysis, and quality assurance purposes.

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