Schenck Process introduce vibrating screens to the UK
The Schenck Process range of LinaClass vibrating screens, which have been used extensively in quarries and processing plants around the world to ensure the efficient separation of minerals and materials, are now available in the UK.
The product range includes horizontal screens, multi-slope screens, inclined screens, dewatering screens, feeder screens and hot screens.
The LinaClass SLG model series of linear motion vibrating screens are used to screen product flows of up to 3,000 tonnes/h and product sizes up to 400mm. The cutpoint can be set up to 100mm.
The LinaClass SLO range of ‘banana screens’ are used to screen large quantities of materials with a high content of fine particles.
The RotaClass SKC range of inclined screens are available in single-, double- and triple-deck versions.
The LinaClass SLB/SLC model series are designed for dewatering a range of bulk materials with a feed rate of up to 600 tonnes/h. The SLB/SLC screens are designed for use with screen mats for dewatering.
All linear motion vibrating screens are characterized by well-engineered design and a high quality standard. According to Schenck Process their rugged design ensures a high degree of operating reliability and availability, even under harsh conditions.
The design of the machines is based on extensive material testing to ensure the best performance and processing efficiencies. The screen media most commonly used with the LinaClass range is from the group’s specialist company Screenex.
With over 40 years of experience in the specification and manufacture of screen media, in a variety of hard wearing materials, Screenex can offer a range of solutions, either in combination with the Schenck Process vibrating screen range or retrofitted to existing installed screens.