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Industry Leader In Pneumatic Impactors

NetterVibration is the market leader for its world famous pneumatic impactors of the series PKL, innovating again with the high frequency impactors of the series NHK.

Pneumatic impactors imitate the hit effect of a hammer, converting the pneumatic energy of compressed air to a mechanical impact with particular features depending on the working principle:

  • Series PKL: Compressed air pushes a piston against a spring. When the spring is abruptly released, the piston strikes powerfully against the impact plate, transferring the whole energy by a single impact.
  • Series NHK: An impact mass driven by a pneumatic linear vibrator hits the impact plate at the frequency of the linear vibrator, thus generating multiple impacts at high frequency. In this way, energy is transferred during a longer period of time, increasing the efficiency.

Pneumatic interval impactors series PKL are used to remove sticky or clinging material from all kind of silos, pipes and container walls, avoiding bridging and rat-holing, while pneumatic high frequency impactors series NHK are excellent for cleaning of heat exchangers to ensure optimal operation, besides emptying big container walls.

Features and advantages:

  • High impact power
  • Low maintenance
  • Long lifespan
  • Compact design
  • Low air consumption (series PKL)
  • Special versions available

Tasks Performed:

  • Cleaning
  • Testing
  • Emptying
  • Compacting
  • Demoulding

Industries Served:

  • Automotive
  • Construction
  • Food
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Chemical
  • Plastics
  • Machinery
  • Foundry
  • Series PKL Pneumatic Impactors

    Pneumatic impactors of the series PKL are particularly suitable for knocking stubborn residues from walls, pipes and containers.

  • high-frequency impactor NHK 25 by NetterVibration
    Series NHK High-Frequency Impactors

    The high-frequency impactors of the series NHK are particularly suitable for loosening highly adherent material due to their linear vibrations. They are particularly efficient for cleaning pipes in heat exchangers and for emptying moulding boxes.