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Vibrating feeder is also called vibratory feeder or ore vibrating feeder.
Feed opening: 150×250-300×1300mm
Applied Materials: Pebbles, granite, basalt, iron ore, limestone, quartz stone, gangue, construction waste.
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Modern compost screening presents multiple challenges to produce high quality saleable product at volume. As competition increases, requiring finer high quality screening, several screening solutions may provide the key to this sticky problem
Mechanical screening is essential for producing a usable end product; however, variables like high moisture, high volume and low bulk density make compost a tough customer when it comes to screening. The daily variability of moisture content can make the selection of screening media and opening size a real challenge, especially when using trommel screens or other conventional vibrating screen shakers. These screens tend to be very inefficient and blind easily in wet, sticky material. Cleaning the screens is often a time-consuming nightmare, as anyone who has tried to clear a compost-plugged trommel can attest. Brushes and other automatic cleaners that work reasonably well with other materials are useless in fighting this sticky plugging material
Materials are categorized by different attributes. Common factors such as moisture, composition and flowability help to determine the preferred screening method. Free flowing materials such as aggregates and stone products are typically processed with dry screening methods. A properly designed dry screening operation produces maximum capacity at the minimum cost per ton. As the material characteristics conspire to make the screening more difficult, conventional dry screen methods reach their limits. In aggregate and mining applications, the solution to difficult materials is often a transition to a wet screening process where water is used to keep the screen media clean. For compost and many other materials, this is not an option
Over the past 25 years, several screening methods have been tested for compost screening and many of them failed. Most compost facilities attempt to produce a -1/4″ finished compost and had to settle on -3/8″ or larger product size because of blinding and plugging. Compost material differs greatly from aggregates, stone and sand materials
Trommel screens, a form of dry screening, have limited success in processing compost. Higher moisture level of the compost will negatively affect the performance of the trommel. The rotating drum of the trommel fitted with screen cloth is able to separate -1″ compost if the screens are continuously cleaned by rotating brushes. A well maintained trommel screen will produce a -3/8″ product at a very low production rate. As the desired product size decreases from -1″ to -3/8″, the operating costs increase and the product rate decreases. The brushes wear at a faster rate with the -3/8″ product and require frequent cleaning, adjustments and replacement. Many compost facilities operate on a limited budget and are unable to purchase new equipment. Trommel screens offer lower production and higher operating costs than conventional dry screening equipment
A better solution is the flip-flow type screen that dramatically reduces blinding and pegging when screening wet, sticky materials. The rapid tensioning and relaxing of urethane screening media introduces the material to forces of up to 50Gs, which helps to both liberate clumpy material and keep the screen panels clean and free of buildup. Rather than sliding down the screen, the compost is thrown into the air from one screen panel to the next, allowing for rapid stratification of the material bed. This reduces wear on the panels and allows for a much more efficient separation than with conventional screens, as the fine material quickly migrates to the bottom of the bed and through the screen openings. Flip-flow screens are able to screen compost as fine as 1/8″ depending on the application
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