The Continental Eagle Module Feeder controls the volume of seed cotton conveyed, dispersed and fed into the gin and is limited only by the maximum seed cotton feeding capacity of the gin machinery.
The dual drive system allows modules to be quickly conveyed to the dispersing section of the feeder. The conveyor feeding the disperser has a variable speed drive to coordinate the module flow with the capacity of the gin plant. Additional 36' conveyor sections may be added to increase module storage capacity.
Continental Eagle built its first cotton conveying and feeding system in 1967. This Husky product line was also the forerunner in the module building system. Since 1967 we have built moving floor feeders, moving head feeders, dump feeders, belt feeders and roller feeders. Over forty years experience building module feeders has proven the Continental Eagle Conveying System the best for feeding all types of moduled seed cotton into the ginning system.
The new customer requested cost saving Continental Eagle Module Feeder Design features the same proven components of our Standard Model Feeder with only one section of walkways and no module side walls.