In the coming April, the 27th Mining World Russia will be held in Moscow. GN Separation will attend this fair, brining GN Mining Vibrating Screen and polyurethane screen panels.
Mining vibrating screens can be regarded as a large group, including several different types. Dividing by size, there are small models, middle size models, and large ones. Based on different structures, there are stack vibrating screens, linear motion vibrating screens and banana screens. Depending on the functions, there are vibrating screens for classification, for beneficiation, for dewatering and etc.
This time, GN Separation will bring to the exhibition a stack vibrating screens and screen panels.
1. Stack vibrating screen’s structure:
Stack vibrating screen is a self-designed equipment of GN Separation. It is called stack, because it can be made with 2 to 5 layers, and the exact layer number depends on the job site requirement because each layer has the same screen size and equipped by exactly same screen opening sizes.
2． Features of stack vibrating screens:
The material will enter each layer equally and to be separated at same time and to be discharged under same condition. And the products after separation are collected together. In this way, the separating capacity is doubled, tripled and even quadrupled in a limited space. It is also economic to use a stack shaker when considering the consumption of energy, cause all those screen layers are sharing 2 sets if vibrating motors.
3. Function of stack vibrating screens:
in fact, all mining vibrating screens are suitable for more than one function as the working principles are same. Stack vibrating screens are mostly used for wet separation, classification and fine grained material separation in a mineral processing.
Along with stack vibrating screens, GN Separation will also bring polyurethane screen panels to the exhibition.
Here is information about the exhibition:
Exhibition name：Mining World Russia
Schdule:：April 25-27th, 2023.
Exhibition Center：Crocus Expo, Pavilion 1, halls 2, 3.