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New screening technology to keep an eye on

By |  June 23, 2021
Photo: Terex MPS

Photo: Terex MPS

Cedarapids introduced new options for the MHS6203 and MHS8203 screen modules, including a wash plant option and a feed box and support structure. The screen modules feature the TSV Series horizontal screens, combining the El-Jay oval-stroke action and a large blending chute for a range of discharge options. The new wash plant option includes a feed box with two spray bars and support structure, a screen spray system with manifold, and an under-screen flume. Outfitted as a wash plant, the module can produce washed stone products and be paired with a sand screw or other sand processing and fines recovery equipment.


Photo: Major

Photo: Major

Technology places data at users’ fingertips

Flex-Mat ID Enabled from Major is an RFID technology tracking and storing screen media data such as panel dimensions and customer-defined details to simplify reordering and improve inventory management. The tech enhances convenience and productivity for operations using Flex-Mat with ID Enabled installed, Major says. The offering takes the guesswork out of reordering and prevents costly mistakes that can result from measuring incorrectly and ordering improperly sized screen media. Product information can be accessed through the company’s app without the need for an additional reading device.


Dewatering screens for a number of feed types

Photo: Deister

Photo: Deister Machine Co.

Deister Machine Co.’s heavy-duty dewatering screens deliver cost-efficient processing with deeper beds of material, the company says. Additional centrifugal force ensures more tons per hour per square foot of screen area, and a deeper bed depth entraps more ultra-fine particles. According to Deister, the dewatering screens allow for handling of a variety of feed types, including hydrocyclone discharge, dredged sand, sand screw overflow, sand screw discharge, settling pond fines, wash screen underflow and shredded recyclables. The optional Hydro-Chamber design allows a shorter-length screen unit to be used for a given feed rate of slurry.


Media reduces or eliminates need for a rinse screen

Photo: Haver & Boecker Niagara

Photo: Haver & Boecker Niagara

Ty-Deck Ultra modular screen media offers a solution for aggregate operations seeking more sustainable options in applications requiring production increases combined with high-abrasion resistance. According to Haver & Boecker Niagara, Ty-Deck Ultra screens feature H-shaped openings made up of individual strips of polyurethane. The strips vibrate independently to increase material acceleration, improving material separation and cleanliness – and virtually eliminating pegging and blinding while often eliminating the need for a rinse screen. Featuring a 50 percent longer wear life than the original Ty-Deck, the media panels are ideal for handling abrasives with a top size of 50 mm on the second deck in non-impact areas.


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