MOGENSEN is a leading manufacturer of vibratory process handling equipment.

Welcome to MOGENSEN

Mogensen Works

Mogensen is a division of Grantham Engineering Ltd. and specialises in vibratory plant equipment for raw and bulk materials handling. With over 50 years experience the Company has become renowned for its quality, reliability, diverse product mix and outstanding customer service.

Mogensen has equipment installations worldwide in markets as varied from mineral processing to recycling to animal feed production. Many machines have been working continuously for more than 25 years and the name of Mogensen is a recognized industry leader. We supply many of the world’s leading companies that have come to depend on our engineered solutions.

Our experienced Application Engineers will work with you and understand your specific customer needs, gathering technical data via site visits and in-house testing and material analysis. Specialised vibratory design engineers will model the equipment using the latest 3D design software and ensure all loads, stresses and throughputs are accounted for, creating a unique set of drawings for review and approval...

Mogensen today offers an extensive range of vibratory materials handling equipment applying decades of experience gained in the design and supply of machines for the handling and processing of bulk solids. The applications to which our equipment has been and can be applied are almost as varied as the raw materials, intermediate and end products handled. We design and manufacture standard and bespoke equipment for both end-users and OEMs.


Latest News

Mogensen at LAMMA Exhibition - Stand Number 476. January 17th & 18th 2018
Mogensen are exhibiting at the LAMMA Exhibition, which is the UK’s leading farm machinery and equipment show for the first time this year. We are sharing a stand with sister Companies, Grantham Electrical and Invicta Control Gear which combined, of…


Daberas Diamond Mine, Namibia
"We selected the Mogensen feeder as we were feeding at a 90° angle onto a wide screen and required a means to spread the material evenly onto the screen, in order to maximise the screen area used and thus screening efficiency.  The Mogensen fee…