The high frequency ore screen can be directly installed on the smooth ground or common platform with steel structure. 3. The vibrating frequency of sifter is 50Hz, and the amplitude is 0 2mm, and the vibrating intensity is about 8 to 10 times of gravity acceleration, about 2 3 times of general moto vibro screen.
High frequency vibration fine screen is called high frequency screen for short and it is a type of classifying machine used in the ore dressing plant. The gap width of the grating of the screen is different, so that it classifies materials according to the material sizes.
High Frequency Sizing Screens. Widely used in fine wet screening applications, these high frequency screening machines comprise of up to five individual screen decks positioned one above the other operating in parallel. The stacked design allows for high capacity units in a small footprint. The flow distributor splits the feed stream evenly to the individual polyurethane screen
High frequency ore screen is also used in fine grained classification operation for the concentrator grinding and classification process, whose screening efficiency can reach to more than 70% under one condition like that the rational feeding concentration, discharging granularity , and the demand under the screen size to the difference
The in cab touch screen for the AutoFarm system is similar to that on an ATM cash machine, using large, color coded icons that are easy to see in bright sunlight or dim light conditions. The monitor highlights current row, tractor position and adjacent rows. A nudge function lets the operator make minor course adjustments on the go.
High frequency screen has high efficiency, small amplitude and high screening frequency. It is an efficient machine widely used for the wet type and dry type screening, classification and dehydration of all kinds of fine particles such as iron, tin, tungsten, tantalum, niobium sand.
High frequency vibrating screens are the most important screening machines primarily utilised in the mineral processing industry. They are used to separate feeds containing solid and crushed ores down to approximately 200μm in size, and are applicable to both perfectly wetted and dried feed. The frequency of the screen is mainly controlled by an electromagnetic vibrator which is mounted above and directly connected to the screening surface. Its high frequency