Vibratory Feeders: Vibratory Feeder for Medical Device Parts and Clean Room Environments
Vibratory Feeders With Electropolish Finish Meet Strict FDA Manufacturing Standards
Vibratory Feeders for Medical Device Parts and Clean Room Environments (shown with test parts)
custom vibratory feeders for medical parts and clean room
environments requires an understanding of the strict guidelines that must
be met to gain FDA approval.
Accu-Tech Automation, we understand that all custom vibratory feeders must
meet very strict guidelines for tolerances and other manufacturing concerns, no
matter what type part is being handled, or what agency might need to approve
its operational specifications. In our 25 years of manufacturing custom
vibratory feeders, we have become adept at adhering to the standards
required by our customers' manufacturing and regulatory specs.
Accu-Tech's experience designing and building
vibratory feeders that meet strict medical device standards will be
applied to your vibratory feeders, no matter what the application or
Vibratory Feeders Designed For Syringe Plungers
The vibratory feeder bowl and system shown on this page were custom
manufactured to feed syringe plungers at a rate of 100 parts per minute.
To meet FDA approval, the parts can only touch surfaces made of stainless
steel. The 316 stainless steel used for this feeder has an electropolish
finish. The other exposed parts are made of nickel plated carbon steel or
hard anodized aluminum.
In addition to protecting the unit, the cowling on these types of vibratory feeders also serve as a sound
enclosure to keep higher frequency sound levels below the maximum
allowable level of 80 decibels at three feet from the unit. Additional
sound dampening is added by the special fill material in the unit bottom
between cracks and the skirt. The uniquely-shaped cowling on this
vibratory feeder is designed to also improve ease of cleaning.
Additional noise control is provided by the 3/4"
closed-cell Neoprene foam lining, which also assists with moisture
control. Available alternative lining materials that meet FDA approval are
silicone and urethane.
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