CIRCULAR VIBRATING SCREEN SEPARATORS
Thanks to the simple adjustment of counterweights on the motor axis and to the three-dimensional vibration they generate, our circular vibrating screens allow to sieve, classify, de-dust and filter a very wide range of products, achieving good results even with fine products. The vibrating motion of the screen runs both horizontally and vertically and can be adjusted in both directions. The distinguishing feature of our vibrating screen is the possibility to easily and quickly alter the vibrating movement and, as a consequence, the behaviour of the material to be sieved. By installing an inverter, besides, you can also change the vibration speed. This provides great flexibility of use, with both solid and liquid products. Our vibrating screens require no special installation structures, as the upper section transmits no vibration to the base, which as a consequence may even be equipped with wheels. Thanks to the simplicity of their design, besides, the vibrating screens can also be disassembled very quickly for cleaning or mesh replacement. On each vibrating screen you can install 1 to 4 separation stages, thus getting from 2 to 5 product fractions. The screen may be made of carbon steel or stainless steel, and equipped with different optional accessories. Our vibrating screens provide good results and are easy to use, at truly competitive costs. The wide range of models (from Ø 400 to Ø 2200 mm) can meet any type of requirement. Besides manufacturing and selling screens and circular vibrating screens, sieves and electrical sieving machines, rotary separators and static separators, tumbler screens and direct discharge screens, our company also offers a sieving trial at our in-house laboratory. As an alternative it provides prospective customers with trial equipment,directly at their premises.
RECTANGULAR VIBRATING SCREEN SEPARATORS
We manufactures and sells rectangular vibrating screens and vibrating tables designed for the sieving and conveyance of solid and liquid materials. Vibration is generated by two motorised vibrators equipped with adjustable masses, allowing to vary the conveyance speed and thus the hourly production rate. The rectangular vibrating screens and the vibrating tables are custom-made, to better meet the technical and plant design needs of our customers. They may be made of AISI 304/316 stainless steel or of painted carbon steel.
Fields of application
– Recovery and recycling
– Mining etc
TROMMEL ROTARY SEPARATOR
The material is loaded into a drum equipped with a mesh, slightly sloping; screening is driven by the cylinder rotation. Oversize dust is collected at the other end of the cylinder (rejected material outlet); the screened material is collected under the cylinder (dust outlet). The operating principle of the rotary screen is extremely simple. The product is fed into the machine from the loading mouth and, through an auger, is sent to sieving cylinder, partly consisting of a closed sheet and partly of a mesh or a drilled sheet allowing separation. Driven by the auger, the product comes into contact with the mesh, which lets through the solid fraction (e.g. pulverised shavings), which shall be discharged from the hopper. Impurities (e.g. shavings), instead, are held back and, proceeding inside the mesh are then conveyed to the secondary discharge mouth. The machine may be equipped with a brush self-cleaning system, to ensure that the screening surface is always in good working order and clean. SMART manufactures and sells the rotary separator in two different models, featuring different dimensions and thus hourly rates, to meet the different customer requirements. The machine may be made of painted carbon steel or of AISI 304/316 stainless steel. The latter, upon request, may be supplied with a satin or sand-blasted surface fnishing. Removing the inner components of the rotary screen is extremely simple, for easier cleaning and periodic maintenance.
Separation of rubber pellets (PFU) from the textile part
Solid – liquid separation
Separation of two solid materials having different particle size
Separation of liquid manure