The product is continuously fed into the centre of the top screen, from where it spreads out evenly to the outside across the entire screening surface. The finer particles fall through the screen near the centre and the coarser ones successively towards the periphery. The material is moved in a spiral pattern with increasing acceleration of the particles the further they are from the centre, with the result that even those particles which are almost the same size as the screen mesh are screened. All the separated fractions are discharged through the lateral outlets. The screening process is repeated again and again on each deck.
Extremely high screening efficiency obtainable by means of individually adjustable retention time for any product and capacity
Delivered operationally ready and adjusted to each product
Up to 7 fractions simultaneously on each machine
Low acceleration, long service life of all parts, no product destruction
Up to 100% availability in 24h operation with few maintenance requirements
Tough modular design, no dead corners, low part weights
Heavy pyramid base to counterbalance the rotating body
100% statically and dynamically balanced for vibration free installation in steel structures
100% dustproof thanks to simple fast-mounting Silicone clip-on gaskets on the intermediate rings, thereby dispensing with the requirement to exchange the formerly used U-shaped gaskets on the screen inserts
Easy dismantling and cleaning of all parts down to the conical base
Optional: quick clamps for maximum time saving when changing screens
Favorable prices and short delivery times
The movement of a tumbler screening machine is usually compared with simple hand screening similar to the “gold washing pan”.
The heart of the tumbler screening machine is the patented 3D adjustment system for setting the individual retention time of any product to be screened. The main shaft is driven by V-belts and an electric motor. Using a special axially spring-mounted graphic recorder, this 3D movement of the machine can be drawn on paper two dimensionally in the form of an ellipse and then measured exactly. The measured data can be transmitted at any time for further checking. In this way, optimum settings will always be available and reproducible in the future, too.