Schenck introduces smaller-scale feeder

ProFlex series uses an off-center auger, a configuration that allows as many as eight feeders to be installed in a cluster.

The Schenck ProFlex C100 is suited to labs and smaller processors.
The Schenck ProFlex C100 is suited to labs and smaller processors.
Schenck Process LLC

The Schenck ProFlex C100 is suited to labs and smaller processors.The Schenck ProFlex C100 is suited to labs and smaller processors.Schenck Process LLCProFlex The feeders in this Schenck series have an off-center auger, a configuration that allows as many as eight feeders to be installed in a cluster together. Available in loss-in-weight as well as volumetric versions, they can handle feed rates of up to 6,000 liters per hour and are appropriate for various feeding applications, including compounding.

What’s new? The ProFlex C100. Suitable for laboratory and small-scale use, the new feeder has maximum volumetric feed rates of 100 liters per hour.

Benefits Ease of use, and the ability to handle hard-to-feed materials, such as light-density plastics.

Schenck Process LLC, Whitewater, Wis., 800-558-0184, www.schenckprocess.com

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