Linear Vibrating Screen
|Introduction:||A vibrating screen that screen box takes reciprocating movement along the directional linear, is used for fine screening.|
|Improvement:||Screen angle is adjustable. Vibrating motor as vibration exciter, low energy consumption.|
Small motor power, only 1/4-1/5 of other screen; High screen efficiency; Adjustable screen angle Transferring the small load to base do not need special treatment; Screen mesh is made of wear-resistant rubber with long service life
DZS linear vibrating screen is driven by double vibration motors.
While two vibration motors doing synchronous rotation or counter¬rotation, the exciting force generated by eccentric block is cancelled out with transverse exciting force, and the longitudinal exciting resultant force is passed on the whole screen surface, in this way, the motion track of screening machine is a straight line. There is an inclination between the exciting force direction and screen surface, under the action of resultant force of exciting force and material gravity, the materials on screen surface are thrown up and jumped forward in a straight line. In this way, the materials screening and classifying are achieved.
|Model||Screening Area (m2)||Amplitude (mm)||Motor Model||Motor Power (kW)||Rotating Speed (r/min)|
|DZS0918||0.9 X 1.8||YZU-10-6||0.75|
|2DZS0918||0.9 X 1.8||4~6||YZU-25-6B||1.5||960|
|2DZS1018||1.0 X 1.8||2~4||YZU-20-6B||1.5||960|
A domestic iron ore dressing plant adopted three stages one closed circuit in crushing and screening process. After a period of time, the owner found that electrical machine load far exceeds the original load, and the power consumption is heavier. Finally, they selected Xinhai linear vibrating screen with a small motor power of and a high screening efficiency, which can make better to meet the crushing and screening requirements, at the same time, the load passed from linear vibrating screen to basis is low, so it don't need any special treatment, which saves the cost and maximizes the production, solving the loss problem.