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New mineral extraction screens from Trelleborg

Scandura screen

Polyurethane products including Scandura modular and tension offerings to feature on Trelleborg stand

TRELLEBORG, a world leader in molded polyurethane materials, will be showcasing their range of high-quality screening solutions and accessories for mineral products processing at Hillhead 2014.

Among the key exhibits on the company’s stand will be Trelleborg’s Scandura modular and tensioned offerings. The tensioned system is a corrosion-resistant, polyurethane screen that is self-supporting, eliminating the need to bolt the mat to the support frame.

The Scandura screen mat is abrasion and impact resistant, meaning replacement is less frequent and can be scheduled, reducing unplanned downtime and loss of production.

Paul Hobson, a sales manager for Scandura and Trelleborg, said: ‘Our specialized polymer materials are used to create a corrosion-resistant, lightweight and flexible alternative to conventional steel wire screens used in the mineral and extraction industries.

‘With a full range of polyurethane ancillaries, including skirting, pump impellors and many other accessories, we offer a complete polyurethane product line to the quarrying and mining sectors.’

He continued: ‘Hillhead provides us with the ideal environment to really listen to our customers’ product needs and allows us to ensure that our solutions truly align with their requirements. We utilize our engineering expertise in molded polyurethane materials to ensure we perform at every level to meet industry demands.’

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