How Does A Vibrating Screen Work?

Vibrating screens is used for classification, impurity removal, screening, and filtering of corresponding materials, and is widely used in chemical, food, medicine, metal metallurgy and other industries. Due to the wide range of industries, the materials screened are different, but the working principle of vibrating screen is basically the same.

The working principle of vibrating screen is to use the high frequency vibration of screen body to screen and classify materials. However, its movement track is relatively diversified. Although there are many types of vibrating screen equipment, they all use the vibrating motor as the power source. Different installation and combination forms of the vibrating motor on the machine body produce different movement tracks. Next, let’s look at the forms of the motion tracks it presents.

The circular vibrating screen adopts a circular motion track. In the longitudinal section perpendicular to the screen surface, the center motion track of the screen’s vibrating mass is circular or nearly circular. Usually, a vibrating motor can produce this motion.

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The horizontal vibrating screens uses double vibrating motors. The screen body of TSX vibrating screen uses the finite element analysis method to design a reasonable combination of linear screen and vibrating screen. The exciter of TSX vibrating screen uses SKF special bearing, which has a long service life, light structure, good sealing, fast heat dissipation, low noise, convenient maintenance, durability and reliability.

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