Vibration motors are based on the principle of vibration. Mechanical vibration movement puts into motion a vibration device on which the motor is attached. This leads to a vibration of the object, or of the material with a certain amplitude and frequency.

Vibration motors are today an integral part of many industrial processes. They are used among other in the following industries: manufacturing of dosing, weighing and sieving techniques, chemistry, mining, engineering, transportation of various materials (widely used in transporting of stones, soil, coal), metallurgy, packaging, construction, food processing, foundry, pharmaceutical industry. It is very often the processes for sorting, sieving, material thickening, the release of the material captured on the walls, pushing and scolling the material on conveyor belts etc.

Production of vibromotors is a field that is developing very dynamically due to the fact that innovative application of vibrating motors and vibration equipment brings further simplification, higher quality and lower costs of variety of production and work processes. It is a relatively new field, which brings designers new and surprisingly simple solutions. Thanks to its wide use vibrating motors are produced in very different sizes and model, from smallest to very large ones, from the standard versions to versions for environments with for example the possibility of explosion. Special motors can withstand extreme climatic conditions, and can be mounted for example on vehicles. Their advantage is ease of use and when the vibrating device is well designed and constructed also their ease of maintenance and reliability.