What is a rotary vibrating screen?
The rotary vibrating screen is a high-precision fine powder screening machine with low noise and high efficiency. It takes 3-5 minutes to change the screen quickly. The rotary vibrating screen uses a vertical motor as the excitation source. The upper and lower ends of the motor are installed with eccentric weights, which convert the rotary motion of the motor into the three-dimensional motion of horizontal, vertical and inclined, and then transmit this motion to the screen surface. . Adjusting the phase angle of the upper and lower ends can change the movement track of the material on the screen surface.
A vibratory screener is a piece of equipment used to separate materials by particle size, remove small amounts of oversized materials from fine material, or remove excess liquid from finished products. Screeners are used in industries as diverse as food, pharmaceutical, chemical, coal, minerals, wood pelleting, asphalt, and many more. Using gravity and motion and along with mesh screens, these units perform the work of several people in a fraction of the time.
Manufacturers offer multiple vibratory screeners to handle separation and sizing of materials or removal of unwanted materials from a batch. These durable and cost-effective units are usually custom-built using a variety of screening media with screen openings ranging from 20 microns to 4 in., depending upon the product.