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FAQ's

What materials do you use?
Why should I automate?
What if I would just like you to repair some existing equipment, provided by another vendor?
What kind of warranty do you offer?
How long will it take to deliver my new system?
What can I do to make my system quieter?
What else will be required to allow my system to run at it's optimum?
How long has this technology been around?
Which industry are feeders best suited for?
So automation may help me?

Shopping FAQs

What materials do you use?
We mainly use Type 304L stainless steel, unless the system is pharmaceutical, we then use type 316 stainless steel. The inline is constructed with an aluminum sub-plate to reduce weight. The drive unit is painted with your choice of color and finish, eg. Polyurathane, epoxy, etc. Back to Top

Why should I automate?
There are many reasons, we show the three most common:
1. Increased production and reliability
2. Less waste and down time
3. Lower cost
Add that up and you get a better bottom line, give us a call and let us make you smile about your bottom line. Back to Top

What if I would just like you to repair some existing equipment, provided by another vendor?
If your system is not running at its optimum, just give us a call. We will be happy to make your system run at its peak again, usually better. Back to Top

What kind of warranty do you offer?
At Advanced Automation Systems, we are proud to offer one of the longest warranties in the industry. A two year warranty on the feeder and inline and their accompanying drive units. Another reason to feel secure about our quality products. Back to Top

How long will it take to deliver my new system?
As each system is meticulously hand crafted, each systems delivery time will vary, though the majority of our systems usually ship within 4 weeks. Back to Top

What can I do to make my system quieter?
There are several ways we can go about reducing noise from your system:
1. Install a sound enclosure.
2. Construct the feeder with a double bottom, and fill the interior with sound deadening material.
3. Coat the inside of the feeder with any of several coatings currently available, from devcon (a two part polyurethane compound) to a Surlyn spray in compound. Any of these will dramatically reduce the overall noise output of the system (all based on your specific needs). Back to Top

Other FAQs

What else will be required to allow my system to run at its optimum?
There may be other items available to allow your system to run at its optimum, including, but not limited to the following:
1. A bulk supply hopper.
2. An inline or gravity track.
3. Sensors and electrical controls.
4. All support and access structures.
5. Noise reduction.
6. Vision systems are now available to be incorporated into the feeders for reasonable cost.
To name a few, we will be happy to recommend what will benefit you the most. Back to Top

How long has this technology been around?
Vibratory feeder technology has been around for quite some time, since people wanted machines to start doing some of the monotonous, repetitive work of laborers. Its current level (with the advent of the heliarc or TIG welder) has been around since about 1948. Back to Top

Which industry are feeders best suited for?
Feeders are not limited to one particular industry or field, they have been used in a variety of industries including, but not limited to:
1. Automotive
2. Communications
3. Computor Components & Hardware
4. Health Care & Beauty Aids
5. Electronics
6. Fastener
7. Packaging
8. Pharmaceutical
And others, give us a call we will be happy to assist you in automating any project you may have. Back to Top

So automation may help me?
Yes, if you have any kind of marketable product, you should look into automating your systems. From packaging to complex assembly, we are here to help you. Back to Top



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