Moulds or containers which either can stand lossley on vibrating table or can be fastened with clamping devices are vibrated. Air and suplus liquid disengage out of the vibrated material.
If moulds or containers stand unfastened on the table the so-called knocking effect even intensifies this process.
The vibrating intensity is steplessly adujstable and can be varied either at vibrator standstill by changing the displacement amplitude or while the vibrator is running by changing the vibrating frequency. Thus the vibrating intensity can adjusted to any table load. The stepless directional adjustment of the vibratory makes a predeterminable transport of particles within the bulk good possible.