Definition and Importance of Vibrating Screen
Vibrating screen is a useful tool in the processing of large stones and used in crushed stones. Vibrating screen is very effective for grinding the natural material. Vibrating screen is especially common. Vibrating screen is often used in mining and construction. Vibrating screen is used to break, eliminate and separate stone and other bulk materials. Most of the time, equipment is used to separate them into fractions. With the help of the screen, you can separate ore materials from non metallic materials and also remove excess moisture. During the operation, the device makes a loud noise, so it's name come from this very loud voice. This machine, vibrating screen, can be used alone or as a part of large processing units. In addition, these devices may be mobile or stationary.
Working Principle of Vibrating Screen
Vibrating screens are fixed in the loading part of the box. Thanks to a powerful engine, it can be rotated. In this way, the loading part makes circular horizontal movements. The material that is poured on the sieve is distributed evenly to the entire surface. In this order, particles are passed through holes of a certain size. The screen is periodically discarded during the process. This action is accompanied by a sound of shock. It is better eliminated by the launch of the material. The vibrating screen can be adjusted. That is, the vertical movement of the screens is adjusted. This function allows you to ensure the high accuracy of elimination. The material is distributed evenly. The presented device design is quite simple. The frame consists of a box containing a vibrator and a driver that initiates the whole apparatus. Explaining the functionality of the unit is also quite . A modern vibrating sieve for crushed stone is controlled by a small chip and control panel. In addition, the device is equipped with an effective system to provide protection against voltage fluctuations. Some models can store up to nine business programs. In addition there are screens equipped with the author's function.