Recommended Pneumatic Vibrator Manufacturers in the USA

Craig Macklin
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Every year, our team here talks to and visits hundreds of pneumatic vibrator users about their use, applications and installations.  Believe it or not, we aren’t always reviewing our own work!  Through this field experience and our vibrator repair services that will evaluate and repair ANY manufacturer’s vibrator, we have gained a lot of knowledge about other strong and reputable air vibrator manufacturers in the United States and Canada.  Cleveland Vibrator may not always be the right fit.  So, here is a list of other reputable manufacturers and our learned view of their strengths:

Houston Vibrator (Houston, TX): Houston Vibrator is a multigenerational family business that has been manufacturing and applying industrial vibrator, pneumatic and electric, for decades.  The offer multiple options of pneumatic piston vibrators, railcar vibrators, ball vibrators, turbine vibrators as well as Italvibras Rotary Electric vibrators and light duty vibratory table.  They are great people that know their trade.  If Houston Vibrator consults you on your application for vibrator selection and installation, have great confidence that it will be correct.

Global Manufacturing (Little Rock, AK): Global Manufacturing manufactures and applies pneumatic, hydraulic and electric vibrators, including ball vibrators, turbine vibrators, rotary air vibrators, internal and external concrete vibrators for onsite pours, DC powered truck and trailer vibrators, light to medium duty Rotary Electric vibrator and air piston vibrators.  In their decades of operation, they have become incredibly efficient at manufacturing very high quality vibrators.  And, their sales engineering advice is very thorough and accurate to advise rightly sized and installed vibrators to ensure avoidance of any destructive effects of vibration.  Remember, vibrators don’t damage equipment, bad installations do.

Vibco (Wyoming, RI and Mississauga, ON): Vibco manufactures and applies pneumatic, electric and hydraulic vibrators and vibratory construction equipment, such as compactors for pot hole filling. Their pneumatic lines include, turbine vibrators, rotary air vibrators, piston vibrators and ball vibrators. Vibco has an incredibly broad line of vibrators, with many options in many sizes.  They have a fantastic brand and have done an excellent job at marketing and packaging to become the best recognized industrial vibrator brand in the USA.  Some of their brand fans even sport tattoos of the Vibco logo.  How is that for brand enthusiasm?

National Air Vibrator Company NAVCO (Houston, TX): NAVCO manufactures and applies pneumatic and electric vibrators as well as vibratory equipment such as vibratory tables, feeders and railcar shakers.  Their lines include air piston vibrators, ball vibrators, rotary electric vibrators and electromagnetic vibrators.  NAVCO is a multi-generational family business with decades of industrial vibrator knowledge.  We do not often run into unhappy NAVCO vibrator users.

As you can see there are many different options out there when it comes to industrial vibrators. We are here to help you find the best vibratory option for your unique application, whether it be one of our own products or suggesting a better suited vibrator from one of the listed companies above. If you are interested in learning more about Cleveland Vibrator’s Industrial Vibrator Product Line, contact us today. Are you in the market for a new vibrator? Give our Vibrator Selection Guide a whirl, inside you will be guided through a simple 3 step process that will ultimately give you the best vibrator option for your application.

 

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Craig Macklin

Craig Macklin

Strategic Development at Cleveland Vibrator Co.
Craig Macklin joined Cleveland Vibrator in 2010. His only previous experience with industrial vibration or material handling was infrequent visits to the earthquake exhibit (yes, it was indeed built by Cleveland Vibrator) at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Though he was previously mired in the world of theoretical, intangible products and services such as Enterprise Content Management and consulting services, he has developed a passion for this industry. His understanding of the value and importance of industrial vibration to numerous industries and applications grows everyday. He enjoys fine, locally roasted espresso drinks and 4-door sedans. He has cried at multiple Browns and Indians games. He once read 2 pages of GEB.

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