devices placed below the screen surface can reduce screen blinding and
clogging by up to 90% of screen area with options for balls or plastic
cleaning rings it is possible to maintain maximum capacity with both wet
and dry materials on both single and multi stage screens. Secondary
vibrations generated by these devices achieved a low-cost and effective
method of reducing screen blinding on both small and large apertures with
either synthetic or stainless steel mesh.
By fitting this technically advanced ultrasonic cleaning system
we can now quadruple capacities, use smaller micron apertures, extend mesh
life and reduce the number of machines required. Supplied with new
equipment or as a retro-fit to existing units, this state of the art
technology converts high frequency sound waves into evenly distribution
oscillations across the screen surface ensuring constant material activity
with either continuous or pulsed mode to provide maximum capacity at
minimum power levels. Ideal for all powder applications.
Using dynamic profiles to test vibration levels, we can now match
screen performance to material specification, reducing set up time and
optimizing power consumption against capacity. Test points fitted to all
VIBRODYNAMICS screen allow us to check the health and performance of your
equipment to ensure maximum efficiency.
best results in any screening operation, the correct weight mass and angle
settings are vital. These settings are achieved by adjusting the weight
assembly to produce the desired effect. Where several different materials
are to be processed it is not practical to reset the weight system each
time. Variable speed control offers the best alternative method for fine
tuning the screen to the material characteristics, providing the ultimate
response to both material change in particle size, density and feed rate
without the need for mechanical intervention. In any circumstance it
provides an ideal control for most screening applications and can be added
as an option at any time.