Electrically-operated turbo feeder
A layer of timber queues against a stop dog. Underlying belt flaps raise the timber piece, which is then clamped between the underlying and overlying belt flaps. In the basic version the lower belt flaps are raised by means of a lifting cylinder.
It is now possible to upgrade the turbo feeder to electrical operation of the lower belt flaps, which, among other benefits, produces gentler running, which in turn facilitates more stable operation at top speeds.
If you would like more information or a quote for upgrading to electrical operation, feel free to contact one of our sales team.