Cutter blades ahead of static sieves can assist with removing water before material is presented to a static sieve. Designed with a linear actuator enables the blade to be utilized dependent upon your moisture content. If the moisture content is higher than 50%, the blade can be raised to cut into slurry whereas the
When it comes to process solutions, the first step is understanding every application is unique. From manufacturing reliable screen media, to choosing the right media for the toughest applications, our experienced team of engineers work hand in hand with our partners to ensure maximum screening efficiency. For more information please visit https://conn-weld.com/portfolio-items/profile-screens/ or give
Installing a rubber skirt at the feed section of the sieve will aid in slowing the rate of material flow the full length of the screen media, allowing for better screening. Sometimes material will begin to build-up towards the discharge end of the sieve. This is okay because while on the discharge end of
A properly designed feed box with the right liner plays an instrumental role in preventing premature wear of your vibrating screen and components. When it comes to process solutions, Conn-Weld engineers design specifically for your application (AR, ceramic tile, urethane, rubber, etc.).
Process Solutions for Smarter Screening Let’s start at the beginning. A common problem seen throughout the industry, both in dry and wet screening, is how material is presented to the vibrating screen. You can’t dump material directly from a chute, pipe, or belt onto a vibrating screen and expect optimum efficiency. A vibrating screen