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Vibrating Tables deliver efficient compaction.

Cougar Vibrating Tables from Martin Engineering are designed to settle a broad range of bulk materials, helping packagers and manufacturers compact a variety of bulk solids with different densities and particle sizes. All models are equipped with a variable-frequency drive and digital readout for exceptionally consistent vibration cycles. Originally developed for use in packaging applications, the tables are now finding utility in manufacturing precast countertops, architectural panels, pavers and other concrete products.

The units' heavy-duty construction and reliability are also proving to be key benefits in product testing applications, as engineers employ the tables to develop consistent, repeatable durability testing for components and finished designs. All Martin Engineering vibrating tables are equipped with Cougar Electric Vibrators, the former company acquiring Cougar Vibration in 2010.

Available in working heights of 30 in. and 36 in. for operator convenience, Cougar Vibrating Tables feature pneumatic isolation for quiet, efficient operation. Standard designs can be ordered in 24- x 24-in., 36- x 36-in. and 36- x 72-in. sizes, all with an adjustable table lip that's easily removable. Depending on the application, the tables can be equipped with a pair of counter-rotating vibrators to suit specific bulk materials. Martin Engineering offers all models on casters or with bolt-ready feet, in standard voltages from 115V to 575V.

"With the variable-frequency drive, these tables are extremely versatile," says Martin Engineering Account Manager Larry Horre. "They're flexible enough to use for a wide range of concrete applications and bulk solids. A single regulator makes adjustments easy and ensures equal pressure in each isolator."--800/544-2947; info@martin-eng.com

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Title Annotation:INNOVATIONS
Publication:Concrete Products
Date:Apr 1, 2013
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