Vibrating screens are used to separate material of varying sizes.
Common uses include:
Sizing of particles on single or multiple deck systems.
Removing fine powders in the de-dusting process.
Separating large pieces on scalping screens.
Washing or wet screening or even de-liquefying on a de-watering screen.
Cleaning castings on foundry shake-outs or degrading sand lumps into grain size on shaker lump breakers or attrition mills.
Construction materials for screens include mild steel, 304 or 316 stainless steel. Mild steel troughs can be painted in process specific painting systems. Stainless steel troughs can be finished as per requirements.
For a case study in the mining industry, The Stainless Slurry Screen unit offered was designed to process 1.5tph of slurry and fit standardised Screenex type panels. A frame mounted pump hopper was integrated into the design to remove undersize screened slurry.
Overhead motors were installed for unit stability and ease of access. The central motor mount tube can be adjusted 5 degrees in order to orient the vibration more vertically if it is required.
Oscillating mounts were used to make the whole frame and screen one single piece of equipment for transport purposes.
Vibroflow | Vibrating Equipment.
Vibroflow provides consultancy, design and fabrication services on all major types of vibratory materials handling and processing machinery. We supply vibratory feeders, vibratory screens, vibratory conveyors, as well as other specialised vibrating equipment.
Vibroflow can also supply units with sub-resonant tuned (twin mass) drive systems. These units are ruggedly constructed and dynamically balanced which means that they provide reliable performance, extreme energy efficiency and long life in the most demanding applications. More information can be found on the sub resonant information sheet.
Our full product line includes vibratory feeders, vibratory conveyors, vibrating screens, vibrating grinding mills, vibratory crushers, bin activators, storage pile dischargers, spiral conveyors, compaction tables and fluidised bed coolers.
Our engineers and consultants have more than 25 years experience in research and development, design and consulting in the vibratory transportation and processing equipment industry.
Vibroflow is based in Hallam, Victoria and is entirely Australian owned and run.