Modular screening media

A VERSATILE SYSTEM FOR IMPROVED SCREENING ACCURACY

When using modular screening media from Sandvik the deck configuration is flat to allow the material bed to be rapidly and evenly distributed over the full width of the screen, increasing screening efficiency. For final screening, dam bars can be used to reduce the material speed and further increase screening accuracy.

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The amount of fines carry-over is reduced by using modules with splitters. No blind areas along the material flow means less carry-over and more accurate screening.

The individual modules can easily be replaced for wear reasons or in order to change aperture size.

A pin and sleeve attachment system lock the modules safely onto sturdy steel profiles.

An adapter system that makes it possible to install cross-tensioned media on Sandvik modular decks is also available.

We offer modular screening media for a variety of applications and deck configurations. Choose WN4000/5000 for fine screening in difficult conditions with feed lump size between 10-50 mm, WN6000/7000H for fine to medium coarse screening in dry applications with feed lump size between 20-150 mm and WN8000 polyurethane screening media in wet applications with feed lump size between 10-100 mm.

A modular screening media of soft rubber with punched or molded apertures, primarily for fine screening in difficult conditions, with a separation between 2-16 mm and a maximum feed size of 50 mm.

A modular screening media of rubber with punched or molded apertures primarily for fine to medium coarse screening in dry applications with a separation between 10-63 mm and a maximum feed size of 150 mm.

A modular screening media of polyurethane with molded apertures primarily for fine to medium coarse screening in wet applications with a separation between 1-31.5 mm and a maximum feed size of 100 mm.

MAKE THE MOST OF EVERY SQUARE METER WITH SANDVIK SCREENING SOLUTIONS

Screening is challenging at the best of times. Even if everything looks good, there’s a high probability that it could be working better – and better productivity from your screening operation can mean increased profitability.

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