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Terex MPS releases standard incline screens

By |  April 5, 2019
Photo: Terex MPS

Terex MPS’ SI screens are built to handle large tonnages in a variety of applications. Photo courtesy of Terex MPS

Terex Minerals Processing Systems (Terex MPS) introduced a series of Simplicity Standard Incline (SI) screens designed for fine-, medium- and heavy-duty screening applications.

The SI screens are built with oversized bearings and a drive mechanism to handle large tonnages of material in a variety of applications. Screens are fitted with woven wire media but can be converted into rubber media, modular media with polyurethane, or steel plate without any cutting or welding, according to the company.

In addition, these screens have adjustable stroke and speed combinations, are available in two- or three-deck configurations, and can be utilized as dry or wet screens, the company says.

Either grease or oil lubrication can be used to operate the SI screens, with an auto-lubrication system available that features grease lubrication. The feed tray and discharge lips are provided with abrasion-resistant liners and the screen box is made of weld-free construction to reduce stress concentration, according to the company.

“The SI screens are intelligently engineered to provide maximum value and long life,” says Edwin Sauser, product manager at Terex MPS. “The screens are versatile, reliable and have features designed for easy maintenance, such as large spacing between decks, which also allow for quick media changes.”

Zach Mentz

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Zach Mentz is editor in chief of Portable Plants magazine and managing editor for Pit & Quarry magazine. Zach is a graduate of the Tim Russert Department of Communications at John Carroll University. His previous experience also includes time spent in the Cleveland Indians communications department.

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