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New high-output vibrator from Invicta

21 September 2011

Invicta recently introduced the 8-bolt BL78 frame to its range of foot-mounted rotary electric vibrators. It fits into the BL/BLz Series of vibrators between the largest frame size currently manufactured by Invicta, the 8-bolt BL80, and the smaller BL75 with a 6-bolt fixing pattern.

The BL78 was designed in response to customer demand for an 8-bolt vibrator interchangeable with other models and able to produce high centrifugal force outputs.

The BL78 is currently available as a 10kW 6-pole vibrator with a maximum centrifugal force output of 18,500 Kg (181485N) at 960 rpm. The new frame has, however, been designed to accommodate alternative specifications, as required, to suit customer demand.

Invicta’s various series of foot-mounted rotary electric vibrators comprise 2-, 4-, 6- & 8-pole versions suitable for both 50Hz and 60Hz power supplies and designed for use both in non-hazardous locations and, appropriately certified, in environments containing potentially hazardous, flammable dusts, gases, vapours and mists.

The centrifugal force outputs available in the standard range extend from 22 Kgf (216 N) to 23,000 Kgf (225630 N). In addition an output range of 2700Kgf (26487 N) to 10500 Kgf (103000 N) is currently available for a selection of rotary hydraulic vibrators. Invicta also manufactures a wide range of pneumatic piston vibrators with outputs ranging from 13 Kgf to 8240 Kgf.


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