Our origins

Brovind Vibratori was founded in 1986, in Cortemilia, among Alta Langa hills. These were the “pioneer” years for industrial vibration. Brovind is one of the main European companies to specialise in designing and manufacturing vibratory feed systems on electromagnetic drive units. It primarily benefited the automotive sector, undergoing a huge expansion at that time.



Turnover rose as did Brovind’s expertise. The company acquired the capacity to internally produce all of the components needed to build vibratory feeders and orientation systems for industrial automation. It was in these years that the foundations were laid for future development of electronics applied to vibrating systems. In the early 90s, the second site of Brovind was established in Turin, to directly and promptly assist customers in the automotive sector.


A new start

A major reorganisation launched Brovind towards the challenges of the new millennium. New energies, ideas and skills merged and above all, a company vision was defined based on innovation and internationalisation of its know-how. Brovind invested in its human resources, contributing to promote and professionalise the job of “vibratorist”. Important resources were employed for research and development, use of new materials, systems and cutting edge technologies.


With 3 production sites, one of which in Brazil, an R&D department, 150 employees, and tens of thousands of solutions used in a wide range of industrial sectors, Brovind is now a point of reference for designing and manufacturing vibratory feeding and sorting systems on a global level. One of the solidest, most dynamic and competent companies of the sector, able to possess a 360° vision on “industrial vibration”: design and mechanical aspects, customisation of solutions and their perfect integration on automatic lines, creation of digital electronic controllers specifically for setting, command, control and communication of the vibrating action online. The company focuses on service and customer satisfaction, even in the after-sales phase, on total customisation of solutions and on new requests from industry 4.0 that requires digital command and control systems extended to vibratory feed solutions.