What Are Inclined Screens?
Inclined screens are a type of vibrating screen that uses vibration to help move aggregate materials across a screen for separation. This type of screen is often used to separate large and small particles or to remove unwanted materials from a mixture. Inclined screens are often used in mining and other industrial applications.
The capabilities of using inclined screens include:
- They can quickly and easily remove undesired particles and create a specific type of aggregate mixture
- They are able to remove unwanted materials from a mixture, which can improve the quality of the final product.
- They are durable and can withstand heavy use.
Inclined screens come in a variety of sizes and can be customized to suit any project’s specific needs. They are also relatively easy to operate and maintain.
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How Incline Screens Work?
An inclined screen uses circular vibration to stratify the material. The combination of vibration and angle of incline provides the travel speed of the material over the deck. Inclined screens are used for the grading of materials such as coal, ore and sand. The slope of the inclined screen is fixed, although the stroke can be adjusted to the required level. The general working stroke of an inclined screen is between 8 and 12 mm, and design of inclined screens permits changes to this stroke through the addition or removal of additional eccentric masses on the exciter.
Inclined screens are generally designed with multi deck arrangements, which allows material to be classified into 2–5 grade types. Additionally, these screens are generally fitted with an impact area directly before the screening section begins that breaks up the material and causes any long pieces to lie flat during screening.
What Are The Benefits Of Inclined Screens?
Inclined screens work by vibrating at a high frequency, which causes materials to naturally move up the screen and into the separation process. As the materials move down the belt, pieces of material are separated based on their size and consistency. Inclined screens are often used in conjunction with other aggregate equipment, such as crushers and feeders, to help improve the overall efficiency of the aggregate process.
Inclined screens offer several benefits, including:
- Increased production: Inclined screens can help increase production by screening and sorting materials more quickly and efficiently than traditional methods.
- Improved quality: Inclined screens help to produce a higher-quality aggregate product by separating smaller pieces of material from larger pieces. This helps to create a more uniform product that is consistent in size and shape and in line with your specifications.
- Reduced wear and tear: Inclined screens vibrate at a high frequency, causing less wear and tear on the screen itself than traditional screening methods. This helps to extend the life of the screen and reduce maintenance costs.