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At Sandvik, we’ve devised a range of screening media that can deliver excellent performance across the board. Our selection is organized around four categories, within which there are countless options and variables.
There’s no such thing as one-size-fits-all when it comes to screening media. With so many factors that can impact on their effectiveness, you need to give careful consideration to your entire operation if you want to make the best choice.
Finding the right screening media for your operation involves balancing out a lot of objectives, constraints, and variables. The variety of options on the market should make it easier to find the ideal solution, but it can be difficult to understand exactly what’s available.
Screening is a tough business, so for most operations replacing wear parts and screening media is a fairly frequent event. Sometimes it is self-evident when replacement parts are needed – for instance, if a wire mesh has a gaping hole in it – but at other times, the signs of
Mechanical screening can never be 100% accurate, but even so, if you aren’t satisfied with your product there could be a straightforward explanation and a painless remedy.
Multi-slope, inclined, horizontal, free fall, grizzly. Mechanical screens come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but there are a number of basic processes that take place in every type of screen.
The Sandvik SL, SJ and SA series are all newly designed screens that combine Sandvik’s years of experience with modern, modular design features.
Mechanical screens come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, so trying to identify the type of device that’s best for your operation can be a little overwhelming. Below, we’ve given you an overview of some of the most common and popular types of screens. This list might not
Getting the right screen size is important. If the screen is too small then you will end up with excessive undersize particles in the overflow. But it’s also possible to have a screen that’s too big.
Throughout the Knowledge Hub we’ve been exploring mechanical screening and explaining its terminology as it arises. To keep on top of things, now is a good time to sum up these terms and provide a place where you can find definitions for the technical language involved in screening.
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