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Pneumatic PistonMounting Instructions Operating Instructions Technical DataParts List TroubleshootingCorporate HQ & Factory:75 Stilson Road Wyoming, RI 02898Phone: 800 633-0032 (401) 539-2392Fax: (401) 539-2584E-mail: vibrators@vibco.comWebsite: www.vibco.comCanada:2215 Dunwin DriveMississauga, ONT L5L 1X1Phone: 800 465-9709 (905) 828-4191Fax: (905) 828-5015

Thank you for choosing VIBCO, Inc. for your vibration needs. You are now the owner of thefinest pneumatic piston vibrator available today, backed by complete manufacturer confidence inits quality and dependability. For reference, please complete the information below about yournew VIBCO vibrator.Model Number:Date of Purchase:TABLE OF CONTENTSSafety Instructions & How It Works .3Mounting Instructions: Checklist & Notes .4-5Mounting Suggestions by Bin Type .6-9Custom Mounting .9Vibrator Installation and Pneumatic Hook-up .10-13Operating Instructions .12Troubleshooting .14Technical Data and DimensionsModel 50,55, & LI .15Model 10, 30, 40, 70, 80 .16Model 42,44.17Parts List and BreakdownModel 50 .18Model 55 .19Model 10 .20Model 30 .21Model 40 .22Model 42 .23Model 44-3 .24Model 44-3L.25Model 70.26Model 80 .27Warranty & General Information .282PHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSWARNING: Failure to read and follow these installation instructions and safetyprecautions could result in personal injury, equipment damage, shortened servicelife or unsatisfactory equipment performance. All information in this document isvital to the proper installation and operation of the equipment. It is important thatall personnel who will be coming in contact with this product thoroughly read andunderstand this manual.HOW IT WORKSYour new VIBCO pneumatic piston vibrator is constructed of fatigue-resistant steel alloys whichare heat treated to guarantee long service under high stress conditions. The flat base plateprovides an efficient transmission of the shock energy to the system which is developed by thereciprocating piston. The repetitive hammer action of the vibrator on the apparatus to which it isattached is controllable by regulating the incoming applied air pressure.Optional FeaturesVIBCO pneumatic piston vibrators are available in many different configurations. Your piston vibrator can be custom made to include features that will accomodate high impact, low noise, highamplitude, and high temperature requirements. Some models (-EM suffix) can be equipped withan exhaust manifold to lead off exhausting air. Contact VIBCO if you would like more information.AIR INLETThank you forchoosing VIBCOVibrators.PHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM3

MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS CHECKLISTThe warranty is void if vibrator is not properly installed. Duringinstallation follow and check off the following steps and your vibratorshould provide you with years of trouble-free service.̸̸ 1. Select thickness of vibrator mounting plate and method of mounting.̸̸ 2. Determine the length of the channel iron.̸̸ 3. Weld mounting plate to channel iron.̸̸ 4. Determine where vibrator should be placed on the bin.̸̸ 5. Weld channel iron to bin.̸̸ 6. Place vibrator on mounting plate. It is important that you check themounting plate for any warping. Follow bolt tightening procedure.̸̸ 7. Install safety chain or wire.̸̸ 8. Connect pneumatics.NOTES ABOUT INSTALLATIONIf you have any questions consult the Mounting Instructions section of this manual or call VIBCOTechnical Support at (800) 633-0032.Mounting PlateFor force up to 100 lbs. use a 1/4 in. thick plate, 100 to 500 lbs. use a 3/8 in. to 1/2 in. thick plateand over 500 lbs. use a 1/2 in. thick plate.Mounting ChannelNever place the vibrator directly onto the skin of the bin. It should be mounted to either a plate ora piece of channel iron that has been stitch welded to the bin. The proper mounting method isto use either 3 in. or 4 in. channel iron. This will help to stiffen the structure to be vibrated as wellas spread the vibration over a larger surface, increasing the overall efficiency and diminishing thepossibilities of fatigue cracks in the bin material.The length of the channel iron is determined by the thickness of the bin plate. For vibrators witha force up to 500 lbs. and a bin plate under 3/16 in., the 4 in. channel iron should extend 18 to36 inches on both sides of the vibrator. For smaller vibrators with a force of up to 100 lbs. and abin thickness of 3/16 in. to 1/4 in., the length of the 3 in. channel iron should extend 3 to 4 incheson both sides of the vibrator. For vibrators with a force between 100 and 500 lbs. and a bin thickness of 3/8 in. to 1/2 in., the length of the 3 in. or 4 iron should extend 6 to 8 incheson both sides of the vibrator.Welding Mounting Plate to Channel IronWeld the mounting plate to the middle of the channel iron. If the bin plate is 3/16 in. or less, weldthe mounting plate to the back of the channel iron (see Figure 3 or 4). If the bin plate is over 3/16in. weld the mounting plate to the legs of the channel iron (see Figure 1). Drill and tap holes oruse studded plate (see Figure 1 or 5). Make sure the mounting plate does not warp or distort. Ifthis occurs, straighten, replace it or shim vibrator.4PHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM

Different Suggestions for Mounting channel1) Mounting plate welded to legs of channel iron.2) Mounting channel with mounting plate and holes drilled or tapped thru.3) 3 or 4 in. channel iron with holes drilled thru and nuts welded on back side, or just holes drilled thru.4) Weld studs to back of channel.Always stop welds 1 in. from ends to prevent heat concentration and bincrack. Skip weld channel: weld 2 to 3 inches, skip 1 to 2 inches and repeat untilsecurely mounted.12a2b3a3b4a4bPlacementFor coarse materials the vibrator should be mounted approximately 1/3 of the distance from thedischarge opening to the top of the sloped portion of the bin. For fine grain materials place thevibrator approximately 1/4 of the same distance (see different mounting suggestions on the following pages).Welding Channel Iron to BinWhere possible, the mounting plate or the channel iron should be placed 1/3 to 1/4 of the distance from the discharge opening to the top of the sloped portion of the bin. Tact weld channeliron in place, then weld intermittent welds 3 in. to 6 in. long with 3 in. between them along theentire length of the channel. Stop weld a minimum of 1 in. from the ends. It is important that youdo not weld the ends of the channel iron. The heat concentration when welding the ends couldcause premature fatigue cracks.Installing Safety ChainIt is important to install a safety chain or wire in order to prevent the vibrator from falling and potentially causing injury if it comes loose from its mount.Standard piston models should bemounted at least 15 degrees fromhorizontal. Anything less than 15degrees requires a spring(-SP) model.15 To ensure a fast startof the piston everytime.Models 1-1/4” and smallercome stock with a spring.PHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM5

MOUNTING SUGGESTIONSConicalBin1/2 RectangularBinRectangularBinTwo Vibrators OnA Single BinLLLL1L2For course material mount vibrator 1/3 of the length (L) from the discharge opening. For fine material mountvibrator 1/4 of the length (L) from the discharge opening. For large bins mount two units 180 opposite 1/4 of thelength (L1) and 1/2 of the length (L2) from the discharge opening.One Vibrator For A Double Bin4 IN. CHANNEL3/8 IN. GUSSETS4 IN. SQUARE TUBINGMOUNTING PLATEBin With Stiffeners6VIBRATORAngle Iron StiffenersInstead of Channel IronThin Skinned BinCorner MountPHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM

Sheet Metal BinBelt Conveyor andStandard BinDRILLHOLES INANGLE TOMATCHBOLTPATTERNBOLT TO BINL1/3 LWELD BOTH SIDESOF ANGLE IRONANGLE IRON FEET3/8” MOUNTING PLATELong BinW1/3 WL1/3 LBelt ConveyorsBelt conveyor feeds from the front. Vibratorshould be placed 1/3 from the front. If2 vibrators are used, place second onedirectly opposite 1/3 from the back. Do notoperate back vibrator until bin is empty infront and the front vibrator has turned off.For more details, consult VIBCO.WFLOL1/3 LW1/3 WL1/3 LScrew ConveyorsFeeds from back. Vibrator should be placed1/3 from the back. If 2 vibrators are used,place 2nd one directly opposite 1/3 fromthe front. Do not operate front vibrator untilbin is empty in back and the back vibratorhas turned off. For more details, consultVIBCO.PHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM7

Heat Mounts for Insulated Bins Containing High Temperature Materials: When materials inthe bin have a temperature over 150oF, it is advisable to use a “heat” mount to prevent excessive heat from reaching the vibrator and causing overload or bearing failure. Also, ask for “high”temperature grease in vibrator bearing. Consult VIBCO for vibrator size.BIN2-1/2 to 3ft2ft1-1/2ft10 IN.CHANNEL1ftL450 -500 F8 IN.300 F6 IN.200 F4 IN.140 F1/3 L3” OR 4” CHANNEL IRONCHANNEL IRONGUSSETSLGUSSETPLATE4” PIPE, I-BEAM OR TUBEVIBRATOR1/4 LPLATERUBBERPLATEPLATESPACERRUBBERConcrete Bin: Mount steel plate on inside of binso that the vibrator sits 1/3 up bin side. Isolatethe plate from the concrete by using rubbervibration shock absorbers. Consult VIBCO fordetailed drawings.8Wood Bin: Use steel plate on inside and boltto outside mounting channel.PHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM

CHUTESIn order to successfully move material in a chute, the “angle of repose” of the material has to beknown. It can be found in most handbooks or can easily be measured by pouring a cup of thematerial on a table. The angle between the table and the cone the material makes is the “angleof repose”. To move the material in the chute, it should be inclined no less than 1/2 of the “angleof repose” If this cannot be obtained, a feeder is necessary to move the material.For optimum performance follow these guidelines: Force (impact) needed on vibrator is equal to weight of chute vibrator max materialin chute. Chutes must have an inclination of at least 10o for vibrators to be able to move the material. If inclination is less the chute has to be made into a feeder. Contact VIBCO forselecting the proper size vibrator or ask for the bulletin covering chutes. Chutes up to 6 ft. are generally handled by one vibrator mounted approximately 1/3 fromthe discharge. On chutes over 6 ft. long, two vibrators are needed, one should be placed 18 - 24 inchesfrom the discharge. The other approximately in the middle. Since chutes are very sensitive to vibration, provision should be made to move the lower vibrator 6 inches in eitherdirection. This could mean the difference between moving the material or not moving it.L Up to 6 FT.1/3 LCUSTOM MOUNTING APPLICATIONSFor custom mounting applicationsCall 1-800-633-0032E-mail vibrators@vibco.comorPHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM9

VIBRATOR INSTALLATIONInstallation of the VibratorIt is now time to put the VIBCO vibrator in place. Make sure that it is secured tightly. Retightenthe bolts after the first 10 to 15 minutes of operation and check them periodically to maintainproper tightness (figures 1 and 2).Damage to the bin and the vibrator can occur if not mounted securely.Angle IronChannel IronFigure 1JUNEJULYRemember:Check thosebolts!AUGUSTFigure 210PHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM

Pneumatic Hook-upAir Line To VibratorThe hose to the inlet port of the vibrator should have the same or larger hose I.D. as the inlet I.D.(pipe size) of the vibrator to minimize pressure loss from the compressor to the vibrator. Checkthe technical data section of this manual, and find the specifications that meet your model to ensure you have the correct sizes.TO DETERMINE CORRECT AIR HOSE SIZE*** F filter R regulator L lubricator** These specs for installation of single unit; for multipleunits, adjust to maintain CFMPISTONDIAMETERMIN AIRHOSE DIAMIN FRL*THREAD DIACFM5/8” to 1-1/4”1/4”1/4”4 - 101-1/4” to 1-1/2”3/8”3/8”11 - 202L” & UP1/2”1/2”21 - 50Flow ValveA simple flow control valve is recommended to allow “tuning” the vibrator to the desired force.The air flow determines the force and frequency of the vibrator. By throttling the air flow, you can“find” the desired material discharge rate. Watch for and avoid speeds (frequency) at which thebinwall and the vibrator shake violently. An increase or decrease of air flow usually stops theexcessive movement and will smooth out the operation, assuming the mount is rigid.Quick Opening ValvesRecommended between the air regulator and the vibrator so the air enters the vibrator at fullstarting force even with low regulator valve settings. The only requirement is that you installthe air regulator at least 12 inches away from the quick opening valve so that the air pressurebetween the two valves will build up enough to yield the necessary starting force. Solenoid(quick opening) valves are suggested for automatic operations. Automatic Timed Cycling isprogrammed with the timer usually directly connected to the bin or hopper gate switch. Whenthe gate is opened the timed cycling system is activated.Air FilterIt is recommended that you use an air filter in the line. Clean air will prolong the life of any pneumatic vibrator. Dirty or moist air will harm the unit and impair it from operating at maximum efficiency and lowest air consumption.Air LubricatorLubricaton is required for the operation of the pneumatic piston vibrators. The lubricator shouldbe set at 1 drop for every 10 CFM the vibrator requires. Use SAE-10 oil or lighter.ToVibratorTo GateTo icatorFlowValveAirFilterPHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM11

Maximum Air PressureThe operating pressure of the vibrator should not exceed 80 psi unless specially contructed forhigher pressure standards by VIBCO.Maximum TemperatureThe operating temperature of the vibrator should not exceed 200oF (93oC). High temperatureunits are available.200 FNot RecommendedFigure 393 CFigure 4Safe OperationImportant considerations for long operating lifeContaminated air will shorten the life of the vibrator considerably, and will clog the critical clearancebetween the cylinder and the piston. It will also increase the wear of the piston, increasing the airconsumption and diminishing vibrator efficiency.Water in the air line will reduce the effectiveness of the lubrication necessary to make the unitoperate and lubricate properly.Water, dirt and air line rust at air pressures over 80 psi will create a sludge similar to grindingcompound and will wear down the piston and the cylinder very quickly.No oil in the air will cause the piston and cylinder walls to wear down rapidly, in some cases lessthan 8 hours.In extremely cold applications it is advised to mix antifreeze or kerosene with the oil.Inject a small quantity of kerosene directly into the vibrator occasionally in order to clean out anyaccumulated sludge.Air pressure in excess of 80 psi will increase the velocity of the piston, diminishing the protectiveoil film and increasing the unit wear.12PHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM

Operating INSTALLATIONTo Obtain Maximum PerformanceIt is not necessary to operate the vibrator at its maximum capacity to obtain maximum performance. Air regulators, timers, etc. should be used to tune the vibrator for optimum performanceand ensure longer life.Continuous vs. Intermittent OperationFor bulk material bin applications, the vibrator should be used to reduce the material friction andincrease flow, not as a feeder. Once the friction of the particles is reduced, gravity flow takesover and the vibrator should then be turned off for several reasons:EconomyMost vibrators are run 60% to 80% longer than they should. Short bursts of vibration are usuallymore effective than operating continuously. Experience has shown that for most applications,short bursts of 10 to 30 seconds for every 1 to 5 minutes of discharge are more effective andefficient.Life of the UnitThe life of the vibrator will be determined by the length of operation and the cleanliness of the airsupply.Guaranteed Success of the ApplicationThe vibrator can only furnish material to the discharge area. If more is furnished than conveyed,the remaining material will pack inside the bin. We suggest the vibrators only run when the bingates or doors are open, or when material flow is needed.PHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM13

TroubleshootingField repairs of piston vibrators are limited to replacing bolts, nuts, washers, o-rings and rubbershocks. Any other repairs should be done at VIBCO.Bolt breakage is caused by:1) Air pressure in excess of 80 psi.2) Loose mounting bolts.3) Excessive movement of vibrator on hopper or bin caused by:A) Too flexible hopper or bin that cannot absorb vibration created.B) Operation on empty hopper.4) Dried up rubber buffers. Buffers are used to absorb shock energy and prolong boltlife. Through aging the buffers will take a “set” and deteriorate. It is advisable to replaceall buffers and bolts at this time.Rubber buffers should be replaced following these instructions. The bolts are not torqued buttightened to compress the rubber buffers to dimension “A” of the chart.Bin Crack RepairIf cracks have developed, drill holes at the endsof the cracks and weld on angle iron as shownRubber Buffer Height Stop welds atleast 1 in. fromendsMountingplatefor vibrator3 or 4 in.channelDo not weld 1in. from end ofstiffener MODEL“A” 50-311/1650-3L11/16The improper welding of vibrator to bin stiffeners often results in fatigue cracks in the bin. Thiscan be prevented by properly welding stiffeners to the bin side. A stiffener should be skip weldedto the bin leaving 3 to 4 inches between welds. STOP WELDS 1 IN. FROM THE ENDS OF THESTIFFENER. This will prevent fatigue cracks that occur due to crystalization of the material. Thiscrystalization is caused by the heat concentration that develops when the ends of the channeliron are welded. To stop the cracks, drill a hole at the end of each crack and weld on a pieceof angle iron as shown above. When welding the angle iron STOP WELDS 1 IN. FROM THEENDS.14PHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM

model 50, 55, li - dimensional & technical nchC**mmLWHEKINLETOUTLETInchmmAir InletAir 23431255/1681/2-NPT1/2-NPT3-1/4832-1/264*Also avaiable with 7-1/2 in.**Bolt size***See 50-2EP diagram****Will also fit 6 in. center holes (see dimension A)4-11/16120NOTE: Dimensions are subject to change without notice.Model 50, 55 & LIModel 50-2EP1” (26 mm)WSBC4-1/2”(114 mm)INLETHGAS9-1/8” (232 mm) AT REST10-5/8” (270 mm) MAX STROKEINLETKFL40 PSI (3 Bar)60 PSI (4 Bar)80 PSI (5 Bar)Max lbs.Piston SizeCFMVPMCFMVPMCFMVPMMaterial in Bin 0051170020000-70000* This data is furnished as a guide in estimating the sizes of piston vibrators for standard hopper shapes containing dry, granularmaterials of 50 lbs/cu. ft. minimum bulk density. For other sizes and densities, contact VIBCO.PHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM15

Model 10, 30, 40, 70, and 80 DIMENSIONAL & TECHNICAL DATAABCWHSINLETOUTLETModel 10mmInchmmInchmmInchmmAir 31/4-NPT-WModel NPT-ACINLETHCAINLETHBWNOTE: Data and dimensions subject to change without noticeModel 40Model 80SCINLETAINLETHHSCFMVPM80 PSI (5 Bar)Max lbs.VPMCFMVPMMaterial in Bin(lbs)*Up to 200-400Model 2800940001152001000-4000WC60 PSI (4 Bar)CFM3/4SModel 7040 PSI (3 1000-400027.532001240001550004000-10000* This data is furnished as a guide in estimating the sizes of piston vibrators for standard hopper shapescontaining dry, granular materials of 50 lbs/cu. ft. minimum bulk density. For other sizes and densities, contact VIBCO.INLETW16WPHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM

Model 42 DIMENSIONAL & TECHNICAL InchmmAir 44-3L10254615217-3/8441--3/42011/16171/2-NPTNOTE: Dimensions are subject to change without noticeModel 42Model 44LLSSWINLETINLETHHFFEW40 PSI (3 Bar)60 PSI (4 -400044-31827002532003038008000-20000VPM80 PSI (5 Bar)CFMVPMMax lbs.Material in Bin(lbs)** This data is furnished as a guide in estimating the sizes of piston vibrators for standard hopper shapescontaining dry, granular materials of 50 lbs/cu. ft. minimum bulk density. For other sizes and densities, contact VIBCO.PHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM17

1Model 50Air Piston Vibrators23495787* S - SILENT PISTON USED FOR THIS MODELL - LONG PISTON USED FOR THIS MODEL910** SPRINGS USED ONLY ON 50-1, 50-1S, 50-1-1/4, AND 50-1-1/4S.ALL OTHER VIBRATORS ONLY HAVE SPRINGS IN -SP MODELS.75 Stilson Road Wyoming, RI 02898 PH: 401-539-2392 FX: 401-539-2584In Canada: 2215 Dunwin Drive Mississauga, Ont. L5L 1X1 PH: 905-828-4191 FX: 905-828-5015




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WARRANTY AND GENERAL INFORMATIONWarrantyAll warranty claims must be submitted to VIBCO for approval prior to any repairs being done.Failure to do so will void any and all warranty coverage.Errors, Shortages and ComplaintsComplaints concerning goods received or errors should be made at once. Claims must be madewithin five days after receipt of goods. Clerical errors are subject to correction.Returning PartsParts should not be returned to VIBCO without prior authorization. Call VIBCO’s customer servicedepartment at 800-633-0032 (800-465-9709 in Canada) for a Return Goods Authorization (RGA)number. A return authorization will be faxed to you. Return shipping must be prepaid. Materialreturned may be subject to a 10% restocking fee. All returned shipments should clearly displayyour name, address and original invoice number to ensure proper credit.Orders for equipment built to specifications which vary from VIBCO’s standard units are notreturnable.ResponsibilityVIBCO cannot be responsible for delays due to strikes, accidents, negligence of carriers or othercauses beyond our control.Freight ClaimsShould you receive a shipment from VIBCO which was damaged in transit, file your claim withthe carrier immediately. All parts sold by VIBCO are on the basis of F.O.B. Wyoming, RhodeIsland.Product ChangesVIBCO reserves the right to make changes in pattern, design or materials when deemednecessary, without prior notice or obligation to make corresponding changes in previousmodels.Price ChangesPrices are subject to change without notice.Ordering Spare PartsParts can be ordered through authorized distributors or directly from VIBCO. The following datashould be provided when ordering:From foot of housing:Model of unit.From spare parts list:Reference number, part number, description andquantity required.Shipping instructions:Specify shipping point and method of shipping.28PHONE: 1-800-633-0032FAX: 1-401-539-2584WWW.VIBCO.COMVIBRATORS@VIBCO.COM


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