24-hour use in the smallest area
The RotaClass Double-Decker Rotary Vibrating Screen
The demands on vibrating machines are enormous when it comes to the classification of quartz sand, where it is essential to achieve extremely fine granulation and perfectly adjusted classification. Other requirements include the ability to be installed in the smallest possible area, completely dust-proof design, synchronously vibrating outlets for the upper and lower deck and a synchronously vibrating screen basin. They must also be suitable for 24-hour operation low maintenance, reliable and durable.
The universal solution from the engineers of Schenck Process: The RotaClass 13/40 “SKG” Circular-Motion Vibro Screen
The Double-Decker Circular-motion Vibro Screen is suitable for separation at 1.6 mm in the upper deck and 1 mm in the lower deck, driven by rotary agitator cells. Lubricated by oil, the rotary agitator cells of the RotaClass Vibrating Screens stand out for their long bearing life, simplified accessibility & maintenance and favourable price. Designed for 3-shift operation with a shortest maintenance interval of 1,000 operating hours.
Long working life, decades of reliable use
Schenck Process machines are proven to go on working safely and reliably for decades. Even as used machines, they guarantee robustness, long working life and economy. An essential requirement for this extreme quality: only fully tested vibrating machines leave our works in Darmstadt. They set an outstanding quality standard for production technology; backed up by a comprehensive and reliable replacement parts supply, ensuring decades of reliable use.
In 2005 alone, well over 400 vibrating agitators and rotary agitator cells were built, delivered and fitted to screening machines. They are now making their contribution to treatment technology in all sectors, on all continents; low-maintenance and durable.
Expert consultation and assistance in the planning of the machine and design of the feed & outlet equipment are just as much part of the service offered by Schenck Process engineers as installation supervision and commissioning.