Rotex Screeners provide unusually high efficiency and capacity because they have a unique gyratory-reciprocating motion of the near-horizontal screen surface, combined with a positive screen mesh cleaning system.
Continuing development, guided by hundreds of applications throughout scores of industries has resulted in the performance, ease of operation and durability of the iBulk Rotex Screeners.
Lower headroom permits operation in confined areas, reducing cost of building construction and maintenance.
Less conveying equipment is required for elevating material to the feed point.
Automatic Screen Tensioning
Easy Screen Removal
Applications & Industries
Rotex Screeners are operating at hundreds of locations, screening literally thousands of different materials. While not all inclusive, the following list details some of the industries and applications where Rotex is the screener of choice.
Abrasives, Carbon Products, Clay, Food products: like sugar, Pharmaceutical Applications, Grain Cleaning, Paper Pulp Chips, Plastic Pellets, and Recycling
The Rotex range consists of floor mounted and suspension options.
The low transmitted forces of the Rotex Screeners counterbalanced drive allow the unit to be floor mounted in properly designed structures where some other types of equipment cannot. Mounting may be directly on the floor or on an elevated structural steel framework, the elevated position permitting drums or other equipment to be located under the machine. iBulk engineers can recommend a stand for any specific application.
Rotex Screeners can be cable-suspended from the four corners of the machine, thereby isolating out-of-balance screening forces from the surrounding structure. Accurate counterbalancing of the iBulk Rotex Screener makes this installation option possible. If the existing overhead structure is not suitable for cable suspension, or is structurally unable to support the cable-suspended unit, the Rotex Screener can be suspended from a floor-mounted cable support cradle. As with conventional cable suspension, this option effectively isolates the horizontal out-of-balance screening forces, helping to minimize costs for new structures as well as permitting the use of older structures which might not otherwise support cable-suspended equipment.
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