|Type Of Machine||Linear|
|Transmission Structure||Electromagnetic Shaker Screen|
Vibrating screens are widely used for grading and screening materials in such fields as chemical industry, minerals, quarry, building materials, water conservancy and hydropower, transportation, smelting and so on. Vibrating screens are efficient screening machines for the classification of bulk material such as coal, minerals, coke etc. There are 40 specifications for this series vibrating screen, of which the heavy duty type of vibrating screens are for the classification of large size materials, while the light duty type of vibrating screens are for the middle and small size materials. This series circular vibrating screen is seat installation. Screen surface angle can be adjusted by changing the height of spring bearing position to achieve.
Advantages of Vibrating Screen:
1. Low overall height owing to the horizontal arrangement of assemblies
2. Optionally with bottom or top drive unit
3. Optimum adaptation to the particular screening job by changing the angle of throw
4. This series of vibrating screens use eccentric block to produce strong exciting force.
|Material||Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel|
Shaftless Screw Conveyor (Sewage Conveyor)
Bulk materials discharged from centrifuges, filter presses or mixers can easily be metered or conveyed using a shaftless screw conveyor. Our shaftless design provides a non-clogging conveying surface that allows difficult-to-convey materials to become easy-to-convey. The perfect solution for handling bulk materials with high moisture content is the Shaftless Screw Conveyor.
Advantages of Using Shaftless Screw Conveyors
• Ideal for handling sticky and sluggish bulk materials
• Improved conveying efficiency when compared to other types of conveyors
• Allows greater flexibility for plant layout due to configurations available
• Internal bearings are eliminated
Shaftless Screw Conveyors are successfully used Wastewater treatment, Solid Waste Treatment , Pulp Paper , fruit and vegetable processing plant, Gypsum Board , Particle Board , Wine , Beverage Industries , Heavy Industry , Mining , sugarhouse rejects, fish industry, pulp and paper, chemical industry, food industry , meat processing plants, abattoirs/slaughterhouses, etc.
|Plant Type||Sewage Treatment Plant, Wastewater Treatment Plant, Effluent Treatment Plant|
When it comes to reducing disposal and handling costs, dewatering and compaction of screening residues not only plays a decisive role in water, wastewater and waste treatment. Residual and recyclable materials are also frequently dewatered or further compressed in production-integrated processes as well.
Moreover, the dewatering systems fulfill the additional function of transporting materials from their place of origin to their disposal point. Our screw compactors and spiral conveyor compactors meet these requirements in every respect and provide optimum benefits with a low space requirement. The type of dewatering and conveying task and the material characteristics play a decisive role in selecting the appropriate unit. While shaftless spirals are insensitive to clogging and can reliably convey long-fibrous and bulky materials, screw compactors can achieve higher levels of dewatering for the same size of installation.
The material to be dewatered passes through a funnel or an upstream conveyor unit into the receiving area of the compactor. The spiral conveyor pushes the material carefully into the dewatering chamber. The dewatering chamber is equipped with a perforated floor or jacket for draining off the pressed out liquid. The pressing resistance is generated by an adjustable valve or cone system, or determined by a permanently installed friction conduit. The dewatered solids leave the compactor automatically and can be ejected into a downstream conveyor unit or collection vessel.
Screw Screen Compactor works screening systems effectively separate and convey solids in wastewater and septage applications. Particles are captured on the fine screen basket. As the solids are intensively washed by the high impact spray nozzles, they are swept by the brushes mounted on the perimeter of the auger and transported up the auger. The solids are then discharged at a convenient elevation into a bin, bag, conveyor or separate washer/compactor.
The unit is energized on a timed cycle when the upstream flow reaches a predetermined level. An optional compaction zone near the discharge can provide further moisture reduction and compaction of the captured solids. An optional compaction zone near the discharge can provide further moisture reduction and compaction of the captured solids.