2019TradeShowsBlog

2019 Trade Show Circuit

May 3, 2019
Trade shows are important parts of any industry, and that surely doesn’t exclude the process automation and manufacturing industry.  These shows offer a unique opportunity to gather customers, manufacturers, partners, and development companies within their respective fields all under one roof. 

Trade Shows

HeavyDutyCentrifgualBlog

The Versatile Hoosier Heavy-Duty Feeder

May 2, 2019
Traditional centrifugal feeders are perfect for high speed applications that feed light, plastic parts to packaging, labeling, and assembly processes.  But what do you do if the part you need to feed is too heavy?  To irregularly shaped? To hard or abrasive?  

Centrifugal Feeders

2018TradeShowSummaryBlog

Trade Show Success in 2018

February 2, 2019
We are always excited to be in front of new audiences and meet new people with which to share our products.  Hoosier's trade show experience in 2018 was one for the books, and we hope to continue our momentum through 2019!

Trade Shows

2018 Trade Shows Blog

2018 Trade Show Circuit

August 9, 2018
Trade shows are important parts of any industry, and that surely doesn’t exclude the process automation and manufacturing industry.  These shows offer a unique opportunity to gather customers, manufacturers, partners, and development companies within their respective fields all under one roof. 

Trade Shows

Wagon for Warriors Blog

Wagons for Warriors

August 8, 2018
At Hoosier Feeder Company we get excited about our employees’ efforts and adventures outside of work as much as their efforts inside of our facility.  We are especially excited when those efforts put forth go to help others, much like our own Jon Cannaday’s journey to help injured and recovering veterans.  Jon calls his mission Wagons for Warriors and its really is quite special.  

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HFC Releases Heavy Duty Feeder

July 5, 2018
Centrifugal, or rotary, feeders are not typically known for their ability withstand heavy, hard, or sharp parts. Rotary style feeders generally thrive with light-weight plastic parts that would deform before causing damage to the feeder system. Of course, a part is not automatically considered suitable for a vibratory feeder just because the part will not work in a centrifugal feeder.

Centrifugal Feeders