Electric Scrap Shaker Conveyors

The patented heavy duty M-200 Electric Scrap Shaker Conveyor uses a standard 110V, three-prong AC electrically driven motor. Its quiet operation and maintenance-free reliability make the M-200 the most versatile and affordable part transferring machine on the market. With a 200 lb. tray capacity, up to 20 FPM part movement speed, a simple on-off reset breaker, and accessibility to tie into your press controls for automatic startup and shut down, the M-200 is the only part transfer unit you’ll ever need.

Do you require a unit that can exceed the M-200's 14-foot capability when used with a rack-and-pinion system? The M-200 is universally compatible with other M-200 units, meaning you can run two or more units together simultaneously to meet your objectives. Better yet, the M-200 can use up to a 6' cross bar without jeopardizing the included one-year warranty.

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Metal coils feed stamping presses at throughputs of up to 100 parts per minute. After each punch, metal trim falls away through the die, onto a shaker pan mounted underneath. The electric scrap shaker conveyor motor then “shakes” the pan and conveys the trim scrap into a collection bin for recycling or sale.

  • Engineered for rugged, high-volume applications
  • Quiet operation
  • Up to 20 fpm part movement speed
  • Simple on-off power switch/ breaker
  • Ties into press controls for auto startup and shut down
  • Handles up to a 6' cross bar (for cross bars over 6', a rack and pinion system is recommended)
  • Runs on 110V standard three-prong plug
  • Limited one-year manufacturer’s warranty
  • Measurement: 6.25" H x 27.25" W x 14.5" D
  • Pan weight maximum: 200 lbs.
  • Power: 115 VAC, single phase
  • T-slot motor mounts
  • Rack and pinion system
    • MPI Rack and pinion systems are designed to allow our electric shakers the ability to handle uneven or offset pan loads without damage. The rack and pinion design provides support so offset weight is evenly distributed no matter the mounting location on the cross bar.
    • When a shaker is subjected to uneven pan loads the bearings begin to pull out of alignment. As the shaker continues to move back and forth, the bearings continue to give way and the shaker becomes internally unbalanced. The internal components begin to interfere with each other, eventually resulting in motor failure.
  • Custom shaker trays
  • Aluminum extrusions cut to length
  • Height adjustable cart
  • Wear pad kits
  • Quick release pan mounting brackets

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