7 Types of Vibrating Screens
What are the different types of vibrating screens?
- Linear Vibrating Screen
- Circular Vibrating Screen
- Elliptical Vibrating Screen
- High-Frequency Vibrating Screen
- Inclined Vibrating Screen
- Horizontal Vibrating Screen
- Banana Vibrating Screen
Vibrating screens are mechanical equipment that use vibrating screen panels to segregate various mixtures. These contain different particles such as powder, rocks, and other fine materials. It is commonly used in the chemical, food, medicine, and metallurgy industries in the Philippines.
Furthermore, the vibrating screen is cut into different types. In this blog, we’ll discuss the different types of vibrating screens to help you choose the right one for your project needs. Read on to learn more.
What is a Vibrating Screen?
To avoid manufacturing delays and lessen manual work, a vibrating screen is used to increase the efficiency of a project. It consists of an elastic screen surface that has high vibration intensity, large vibration amplitude, and low frequency. All of this helps to ease the entire process of an operation.
It works by maintaining the screening force at an optimal point that establishes the screening efficiency in high mode. As a result, the processing capacity of the vibrating screen is huge. According to our customers, our vibrating screens can meet their production needs, while also noting that the screen replacement is fairly convenient.
Vibrating screens can be divided according to weight and purpose. Below are the following types of vibrating screens.
Linear Vibrating Screen
The linear vibrating screen utilizes double vibrating motors that rotate in opposite and synchronous directions. This creates a horizontal force that causes the screen to move in a straight line. The opposing forces of the motors cancel each other out in a direction parallel to the motor axis, resulting in a perpendicular force that powers the screen’s motion.
Circular Vibrating Screen
The circular vibrating screen is a new type of screen that is equipped with a multi-layer, high-efficiency screen. It can perform operational tasks quickly and efficiently. The screen is made of high manganese steel woven screen, punched screen plate, and rubber screen plate. It is designed with a seat-type structure which allows for easy adjustments to the screen surface angle by adjusting the position and height of the spring support.
Elliptical Vibrating Screen
As the name suggests, the elliptical vibrating screen has an elliptical motion track. This is commonly used for screening operations of stone and sand material. Thanks to its ability to accommodate a larger capacity, this kind of vibrating screen can be used for bigger operations. You can find this in mines, mines, quarries, mobiles, and other screening operations.
High-Frequency Vibrating Screen
The high-frequency vibrating screen is one of the best screens to use to segregate dry or wet raw materials. It is widely used by the mineral processing industry due to its high-frequency screen equipped with a pulp distributor, screen frame, suspension spring, and more.
Inclined Vibrating Screen
Heavily inclined screens are utilized for processing quarry, mine, and demolition waste, as well as topsoil, recycling construction materials and screening gravel and aggregates. This improves efficiency for workers during operations. The screen box can also be equipped with a variety of options, such as woven screens, welded screens, self-cleaning screens, piano wire screens, needle screens, and perforated plate screens.
Horizontal Vibrating Screen
A horizontal vibrating screen combines the benefits of linear vibrating screens and linear screens, offering exceptional screen permeability, high processing capacity, and a low installation height. Additionally, while traditional vibrating screens typically have an installation angle of 15-30 degrees, horizontal screens are installed parallel to the ground or at a slight incline of 0-5 degrees, making them suitable for various industries and applications such as quarries, mines, and mobile screening operations of all sizes.
Banana Vibrating Screen
The banana screen has a screen plate with multiple sections, various dip angles, and a broken line along the longitudinal section. As its name suggests, its entire screen is banana-shaped.
In addition, it is primarily used for the classification of large and medium-sized materials with a high fine particle content, but it can also be used for dehydration, demineralization, and de-sliming.
Why Choose Multico As Your Vibrating Screen Supplier?
Multico provides high-quality, affordable vibrating screens to its clients, thanks to Rubber Master. The screens are well known for their durability, versatility, and high performance in harsh environments of operational sites. We have an excellent supply chain and logistics management, allowing us to operate in several provinces, including Cebu, Surigao, Davao, and the Negros Oriental!
In this blog, we’ve listed the different types of vibrating screens that are helpful on your part when choosing the right type for your operational needs. Thus, each vibrating screen has unique characteristics and purposes in segregating both wet and dry materials, which are useful for various industries across the country.
If you’re looking for the best-vibrating screens or other heavy-duty equipment in the Philippines, look no further than Multico! We are a one-stop shop for all your operational or construction needs.
Get in touch with Multico today to learn more!