Vibration motors have uninterrupted operation with starting and braking. Uninterrupted operation involves a continuous sequence of operations at the same time interval. Each of these intervals includes a start time and a braking time with a constant load time. These times are not enough to The thermal equilibrium is reached within this time interval.
In order to make the motor play a greater role, the user will install it in different positions to improve the screening efficiency and screening accuracy, can quickly finish the appearance quality of special-shaped parts, and improve the crushing or mixing results.
How does it work?
1. Continuous operation is a constant-load operation whose duration is sufficient to achieve heat balance.
2. Intermittent operation is started without affecting the temperature. Intermittent operation involves an operation consisting of a continuous sequence of the same time interval.
3. Intermittent operation, in which starting and braking will affect the temperature, the motor is not enough to reach thermal equilibrium within this time interval.
4. Continuous operation under intermittent load, each interval includes time under constant load and idle time. These times, whether during load or during cooling, are not sufficient to reach thermal equilibrium within this time interval.