How To Choose The Right Single Deck Sand Vibrating Screen?

The production quality of the vibrating screen needs to be referenced from many aspects, rather than simply checking whether the screening effect meets the user’s requirements, and the user also needs to adjust the equipment before use. Now let’s take a look at how to choose a suitable linear vibrating screen:

  1. Check the thickness of the screen box plate.

Only when the steel plate of sufficient thickness is used for the box body can it have sufficient strength and toughness to ensure that the box body will not crack or deform during long-term operation.

  1. The size of the motor power.

The power of the motor is too large, and the material penetration rate is high, but relatively speaking, the excitation force of the linear screen is too large during operation, and the service life of the components of the equipment will be reduced accordingly. If the excitation force is too large, it is easy to produce a box Case of cracking. If the power is too small, the excitation force generated will be small, and the screening efficiency will be low, and the screening effect will be poor.

  1. Whether the material is screened normally during the test machine.

During the test machine, the user needs to make some adjustments to the linear sieve to achieve a good screening effect. In addition to these, you should also pay attention to whether there is material leakage, which is an important basis for whether the user can use it normally and avoid material mixing.

  1. Whether there is any abnormal sound during the operation of the linear screen.

For some light-duty linear screens, the abnormal noise mainly occurs in the motor, spring or screen frame. If there is abnormal noise when the equipment is running, you need to pay attention to the location where the abnormal noise occurs, and then check it. But for some large or heavy linear screens, if there is abnormal noise, it needs to be shut down immediately, check the part where the noise is generated, check whether the design of some parts of the equipment is not reasonable or the transportation problem, etc.

  1. Whether the model selection and model size are appropriate.

Whether the linear screening type is appropriate, the size of the model, and whether it meets the requirements of the user is mainly to see whether the output of the largest equipment after normal use can meet the requirements of the user.

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