Powermatic Power Feeder: PF-33, 4 speed 3 wheels

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Powermatic Power Feeder: PF-33, 4 speed 3 wheels

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Powermatic Power Feeder: PF-33, 4 speed 3 wheels

  • Roller chain and sprockets provide positive feeding for a variety of work
  • Support column is fully adjustable for horizontal, vertical or angled feeder position
  • Feeder body, column base and joints are cast iron for heavy duty operation
  • Rollers can be changed out easily and quickly

Why Choose This?

These rugged, heavy-duty stock feeders feature continuous-duty motors that transfer power from the gear box to the feed roller through the roller chain and sprockets, providing superior positive feeding for all types of materials. The fully adjustable support columns feature moveable universal joints and heavy locking mechanisms that lock the feeder in horizontal, vertical, or angle feed positions. Solid cast iron construction of bodies, bases and universal joints provide stability with vibration-free feeding.
Brand Powermatic
Part # 1790800K
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