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Eriez Designates Eco-Certification for Hi-Vi Compact Electromagnet Feeders

Demonstrating its commitment for a better, cleaner environment, Eriez has developed an eco-certification designation for a variety of its industrial products, including the company’s entire line of Hi-Vi compact electromagnetic feeders.
These feeders meet criteria established by Eriez for its Eco-Certified designation:
* These feeders have a positive impact on recycling processes and the recycling industry.
* They are manufactured with energy-savings features, including the use of energy-free permanent magnets, keeping power consumption low.
* The feeders are built in an Eriez facility that focuses on recycling consumables, driving down energy usage, and reducing solid landfill waste.
* An electronic, paperless format is used when promoting the Hi-Vi compact feeders; when marketed using hard copy, promotional material is printed on recycled paper.
Eriez has incorporated a completely digital workflow, both internally and externally, to reduce its dependence on paper. Customers can now access most product information at www.eriez.com and print only what they need, including specs and details about Hi-Vi compact electromagnetic feeders.
With their totally enclosed patented magnetic drive, these feeders can feed practically any bulk material from micron size to bulky chunks. Solid-state controls operate the feeders with “watch-like” precision while keeping power consumption to a minimum to save energy. Eriez has standard models for the majority of applications.
Special features, such as multiple drives, enclosed trays, or screens, can be designed for the best solution for a customer’s application. In addition, a variety of standard and special trays are available.

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