Feeding Frenzy: Automation Devices Specializes in FDA Approved Vibratory Feeders

Automation Devices, Inc. a vibratory feeder manufacturer has many parts feeding components and systems compatible for the food, medical and pharmaceutical industries.

Erie, PA, September 09, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Automation Devices, Inc. (ADI), a vibratory feeder manufacturer, offers customers in the medical, pharmaceutical and food industries viable options for safe, reliable parts feeding. ADI recognizes the need for customers to meet quality control regulations while maintaining costs and production time.

Medical and pharmaceutical companies take the utmost care in a superior level of quality when producing medical devices and pharmaceuticals. “The automation and handling of these products are no exception,” explains ADI President Kevin Smith. Whether the part ranges from a pharmaceutical tube or vial to medical devices or apparatus, ADI engineers can determine the best feeding option for each individual customer. “Our job is to help companies with parts feeding solutions that work best for them.”

Food safety is a major concern for food companies, as they also have strict guidelines to follow. “ADI offers customers in the food industry several unique options for parts feeding,” explains Smith. “Vibratory feeder bowls coated with FDA approved paint is one option many of our customers have deemed a success.” Some food parts may not be suitable for standard vibratory feeder materials. Rigidized steel is a unique alternative for customers who have parts that continuously stick or clump together. “The pattern in the steel allows the parts to feed freely without causing unnecessary jams,” says Smith.

These are just several options available for ADI vibratory feeders. Automation Devices Inc. produces a full line of tooled and un-tooled vibratory feeders and components including vibratory feeders, base units, inline feeders and controllers. They are located in Fairview, Pa. They can be contacted at 814-474-5561 or view ADI products at www.autodev.com.

Automation Devices, Inc.
Alicia Tellers