TSX vibrating screen is a commonly used screening equipment in sand washing plants and gravel plants. It is usually placed behind the sand washing machine and undertakes the task of separating the moisture in the wet sand. In addition, it can also be used for dehydration and classification of fine-grained materials, recovery of coal slime and tailings, and desliming operations.
The dehydration sieve is powerful and easy to use, but there are many models. Do you know what types of dehydration sieves are available and how many meshes are used for the sieve?
TSX’s dewatering screens serve multiple functions. For example, high-frequency screens can be used for the recovery and treatment of slime in coal preparation plants, sand washing and dewatering projects in sand and gravel plants, and dry discharge of tailings in ore processing plants.
You can often hear people talking about sand and gravel dewatering screens, mine dewatering screens, coal Mud dewatering screen, high frequency dewatering screen, tailings dewatering screen, etc.
When purchasing, everyone needs the manufacturer to give themselves a copy of the equipment parameters to understand the processing capacity of the equipment, and the dehydration screen is no exception. From the equipment parameters, we can know the number of layers, mesh size, amplitude, vibration times, feeding particle size, power and production capacity of different types of dewatering screens.
The structure of the dewatering screen is simple, but the processing capacity is not simple, ranging from 7 tons per hour to 500 tons per hour. No matter how big your scale is or how much output you need, you can find the right model.