Sandvik introduces new circular stroke inclined screen

By |  July 7, 2015
Sandvik's SK2462 screen is a part of the company’s new range of SK&SC screens. Photo: Sandvik

Sandvik’s SK2462 screen is a part of the company’s new range of
SK&SC screens. Photo: Sandvik

Sandvik Construction introduced its SK2462 screen, which is a part of the company’s new range of SK&SC screens. According to the company, the new screen allows users to accurately and efficiently screen material during the secondary or tertiary stage of the process. In addition, it’s able to perform in both wet and dry operating conditions.

Sandvik’s line of SK&SC screens are available in sizes ranging from 1.5- to 3 m wide and 4- to 8 m long. The screens, which come in two, three or four deck versions, have modular, welded designs, which enable ease of installation and maintenance, reports the company.

The screens, according to Sandvik, are easy to fit to an existing plant and can easily adjust to local requirements. They include a range of options including wear protection, washing and dust encapsulation. The screens also feature an adjustable inclination angle and wide range of stroke parameters for enhanced flexibility and versatility.

Finally, the vibration mechanism of the screens can be removed and installed as a fully assembled module, which makes them easier to maintain and can help maximize the life of the components. Built with a reduced number of parts and improved bearing lubrication, the screens require minimal customer engineering, Sandvik adds.

Sandvik Construction is a business area within the Sandvik Group that specializes in providing solutions for construction industry applications, including quarrying, tunneling, excavation, demolition, road building, recycling and civil engineering. Its product line includes a variety of rock tools, drilling rigs, breakings, bulk-materials handling, and crushing and screening machinery.

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