8320 River Road,
Canada V4G 1B5
Phone: (604) 946-6911
Fax: (604) 946-5199
The heart of every EDEM Medium, Heavy and Extra Heavy duty vibrating conveyor is our rugged coil spring/eccentric shaft drive assembly. While simple in design, our coil springs are noted for their outstanding performance, and the unique EDEM design has the lowest horsepower requirement of any drive on the market today. Power is provided by a premium efficiency, TEFC electric motor and standard "V-Belt" drive. Each conveyor is custom designed and engineered to suit the customers exact requirements.
All EDEM Medium, Heavy and Extra Heavy duty vibrating conveyors are available in both unbalanced and dynamically balanced configurations.
When you need reliability for Light to Medium duty applications, EDEM Leaf Spring Conveyors provide excellent value, and are available in both unbalanced and dynamically balanced configurations.
The Patented EDEM Double Action Screen module (DAS) allows for greater agitation, which eliminates plugging, or blinding in applications with wet or sticky materials and high fines content.
For applications of all types that require greater agitation, while eliminating plugging or blinding when handling wet or sticky materials and high fines content or screening/classifying larger size material, the unique EDEM Ring Screen is the answer!
At EDEM, we often utilize perforated plate to screen low volumes of smaller particles from the flow, which will result in even greater productivity.EDEM METAL DETECTOR
The innovative EDEM Metal Detector option will greatly reduce down time caused by unwanted metal either damaging downstream equipment or making its way into the finished product. We highly recommend our Patented Magnet Trap in conjunction with our Metal Detector.EDEM MAGNET TRAP
Our Patented Magnet Trap is used to remove smaller pieces of iron and steel (tramp metal) before they reach the Metal Detector. The system is only shut down to remove the larger pieces. The result is increased productivity and the elimination of damage caused by an attempt to alleviate shutdowns when the operator reduces the sensitivity of the Metal Detector.