The two vibration motors are installed on the left and right side of straight-line vibration in the same direction. Due to varying the installation angles of the vibration motors, different projection angles can be achieved the operating requirements of the machine platform
The two vibration motors are installed on the upper end of the mechanism. Inside is a multi-layer sieve net structure that functions at better efficiency according to granularity specifications
This is most suitable for use in the food and chemical industries The vibrations produced by the vibration motor depends on the particular model installed frequency variance is utilized to change the outputted vibration intensity and amplitude.
One vibration motor is installed on the lower end of the mechanism. The installation angle enables the production of circular movement for sifting and conveyance functions, wherein the different functions are based on the adjusted angle
Utilizing a verlical-type vibration motor enables the sievent to produce a three-cycle movement that is quite effective for sifting powder of fine and ultra-fine granularity and furthermore, without clogging the sieve net: can also be utilized in wet-type sieve sifters
Mounting Instructions Checklist
¨ Determine vibrator placement on equipment.
¨ Determine length of channel iron and style of mounting plate.
¨ Attach vibrator to mounting plate. Check the mounting plate for warping & Shim if necessary.
¨ Install safety chain or cable.
¨ Take a voltage reading while vibrator is running.
¨ Take an amperage reading while vibrator is running.
Instruction Reminders & SuggestionsVibration Motor placement
For coarse materials: mount vibrator 1/3 of the distance from the discharge opening to the top of the sloped portion of the bin.
For fine materials: mount vibrator 1/4 of the distance from the discharge to the top of the sloped portion of the bin.
Mount on iron/steel channel
Overall length of vibration motor unit should be perpendicular to length of channel, otherwise it may cause flexing & the vibrator may overload or standard burn out.
Always Install Safety Cable or Chain: Mount one end to the vibrator and the other to the hopper or bin above the vibrator. Do Not Attach To the Mounting Plate
If the ambient temperature of the area exceeds 104°F (40°C) OR if the skin temperature of the application exceeds 150°F (66°C), Please check situation of vibration motor, over temperature may reduce the lift-time of bearing
General MaintenanceUnder normal usage conditions, the suggestion check and maintenance should be conducted once every 3,000 hours or 4.5 months of operation especially in dust operation environment. Please follow “Bearing maintenance” and “Mounting instructions checklist” to check.
Bearing MaintenanceFor Horsepower 2HP and up models (2 HP included)
CSV recommends the use of Shell Oil’s Alvania Grease #3 as a bearing lubricant. This is a special lubricant designed for motor vibrator bearings and similar applications where shock is involved. Alternate greases are Shell’s #2 and Mobile Oil’s Mobilux #2 or #3. Suggestion time is 1500 hours but do not over 2000 hours or 3 months
For Horsepower below 2HP models
The bearings are sealed and factory lubricated for the life of the bearing. When the bearing life expires on these models, simply replace the bearing entirely. If you need suggestion bearing, please contact CSV
Fuse/Overload ProtectionAll Model CSV motors require a proper protective overload circuit. If the CSV motor is not operated with the proper overload protection (heaters), all factory warranties are null and void.
Troubleshooting ChecklistMy material still in not moving
1. Did you put your vibrator in the right location?
2. Did you mount your vibrator properly?
3. Do you have the right vibrator for the job?
4. Does it provide enough force?
5. Is it the right frequency?
6. Is it set to the maximum force?
The vibration motor do not start
1. Check power supply to unit. Are you getting the proper voltage?
2. Check for blown fuses in fuse/overload protection circuit
3. Are you running the vibrator continuously? Check bearing condition and doing maintenance.
4. If fuse/ protective overload circuit is in working status and power is correct provides, please check current status
General Precautions1. Observe the safety regulations that are applicable to the equipment that will be used with the CSV motor and the location where the CSV motor will be installed. (These regulations include the safety, health and occupational regulations, the technical standards for electrical equipment, the interior wiring regulations, the explosion protection guidelines for factories, Building Standards Law and so on.)
2. Select the CSV motor that is applicable to the intended application and usage environment.
3. In food processing equipment or other equipment that must be protected from oil, install oil pans or other forms of protection against oil leakage resulting from equipment failure or problems caused by the equipment nearing the end of its service life.
4. Before using the CSV motor, read the whole related documentations and regulations carefully to ensure correct usage.