The spray bars technology incorporated in the LX Solids Separator facilitates the screening of difficult solids and liquids making this rectangular screener much more efficient than other conventional vibrating screens.
Vibrating screen is a mechanical equipment that uses vibrating screen panels to classify the mixture which contain different particles according to particle size. According to different structure and use, vibrating screens usually be devided into many types by the vibrating screen manufacturers.
It is incorporated with vibrating motor, which creates vibrations in a manner that the inside material in the machine gets screened. Specially designed for all type screening operations Specially designed vibrator motor to carry out this operation
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The Vibrating Screen is available in single and multiple deck units for floor mounting or suspension. The side panels are equipped with flanges containing precision punched bolt holes so that an additional deck may be added in the future by merely bolting the new deck either on the top or the bottom of the original deck. The advantage of this feature is that added capacity is gained without purchasing a separate mechanism, since the mechanisms originally furnished are designed for this feature. A positive method of maintaining proper screen tension is employed, the method depending on the wire diameter involved. Screen cloths are mounted on rubber covered camber bars, slightly arched for even distribution.
Standard screens are furnished with suspension rod or cable assemblies, or floor mounting brackets. Initial covering of standard steel screen cloth is included for separations down to 20 mesh. Suspension frame, fine mesh wire, and dust enclosure are furnished at a slight additional cost. Motor driven units include totally enclosed, ball bearing motors. The Vibrating Screen can be driven from either side. The driven sheave is included on units furnished without the drive.
The unit consists of the freely suspended screen body and a shaft assembly carried by the screen body. Near each end of the shaft, an eccentric portion is turned. The shaft is counterbalanced, by weighted fly wheels, against the weight of the screen and loads that may be superimposed on it. When the shaft rotates, eccentric motion is transmitted from the eccentric portions, through the two bearings, to the screen frame.
Also called simply screens, a vibrating screen is formed by a vibrant chassis that supports in its interior one or several surfaces or elements of screening. The screens serve to classify the different particles by size, starting from a bulk product in a continuous process.
Vibra Screw screens are used for subdividing materials into various size ranges and for screening out of oversized or undersize particles as well as the removal of impurities or foreign bodies. They can be supplied for capacities of a few lbs/hr or up to 600 tons/hr.