Syntron® F Series Feeders are ideal for controlling bulk material flow in a variety of applications. There are five models to choose from. Technical information and specifications are provided in the F Series Feeder PDF below.
F-TO (C) 1250 lbs. per hour
Light capacity Model F-T0 with standard 1-1/2″ x 12″ trough has a maximum capacity of 1,250 pounds per hour.* This dependable feeder is ideal for applications demanding top performance at budget prices. Common applications include metering small quantities of dry materials or conveying small parts.
Please specify either 115 or 230 volt, single phase, 50 or 60 cycle power. A step down transformer is required when operating voltage is 460 volts.
F-T01 2 tons per hour
Model F-T01 with standard 3″ x 18″ trough has a maximum capacity of 2 tons per hour.*
Please specify 115 or 230 volt, single phase, 50 or 60 cycle power. A step down transformer is required when operating voltage is 460 volts.
F-T02 10 tons per hour
The Syntron® F-T02 feeder comes with all the standard features and benefits you’ve come to rely on from Syntron light capacity feeders, PLUS a higher stroke (.090 inches) that yields twice the travel speed of other Syntron units. The F-T02 is ideal for a whole range of applications, including high-stroke scale feeding, hard to feed materials, and traditional bulk feeding from hoppers. The Syntron F-T02 feeder with standard 6 x 18-inch flat pan trough has a maximum capacity of ten tons per hour.■ Wider troughs handle larger capacities.
F-010 4 tons per hour
Model F-010 with standard 5″ x 20″ trough is designed with a dust tight electromagnetic drive, and has a maximum capacity of four tons per hour.*
Specify 115 or 230 volt, single phase, 50 or 60 cycle power. A step down transformer is required when operating voltage is 460 volts.
F-152 12 tons per hour
With a capacity of 12 tons per hour, Model F-152 carries heavier troughs and greater head loads than the Model BF-2. This unit is commonly used in blending, mixing and packaging operations.
*Feed rate based upon granular material weighing 100 pounds per cubic foot and feeder with standard flat pan.