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Versatile new screen deck from Mogensen

Mogensen vibratory screen

Single-deck vibratory unit designed to perform standard screening, feeding and density sorting

THE Mogensen stand at this year’s show will feature a Type SPL TR1 500/1300 – L486 single-deck vibratory screen (screen deck 500mm x 1,300mm) which can perform standard screening and feeding, and, due to its multi-angled mounting, can also act as a density sorter.

This versatile machine has been purposely manufactured to showcase all three functions and to offer actual material trials for customer applications. The trialling of a customer-specific material allows Mogensen to gain a better understanding of the material’s characteristics and its flow rates, which in turn lets the company select the most appropriate solution to the customer’s feeding, screening or sorting needs.

The screen is driven by two Invicta rotary electric vibrators, Type BLz24-8/6, and is fully self-contained with its own control panel. The screen deck’s angle of decline/incline can be easily adjusted through an arc of –15° to +15°, which provides control over the material velocity for screening and feeding actions.

Also, when used at an incline the machine will perform a density-sorting function (separating materials based on differences in mass), with lighter material moving up the deck to the exit end and heavier fractions falling back to exit behind the feed-in section. This allows for a simple but effective separation of materials and has many uses in the recycling industry.

Mogensen screens, feeders and conveyors in both standard and custom-designed versions are widely used the recycling industry, handling various materials including recycled concrete and aggregates, biomass materials, wood waste and compost.

Stand: 5R01

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