First, like sand sieving, vibrating screens are primarily used to sort extracted material by size. The principle of the vibrating screen is relatively simple: it is usually installed obliquely on the shaft, and the shaft is electric, so that the vibrating screen vibrates quickly.
Although vibrating screens have many advantages in the mineral processing industry, their service life and failure frequency seem to be lower than vibrating screens. In short, most shakers just don’t work very well. The production of a quarry depends on the performance of its vibrating screen application. Occupationally, shakers are a difficult problem, often requiring outpatient visits. This is where their long-term supply partners come in.
The TSX shaker is a low-maintenance, low-cost piece of equipment that gives the operator fine control over the flow of materials that would otherwise be heavy and difficult to handle.
The fact that the size of the material you want depends on the number of layers you screen on the machine greatly increases the value of the raw material. Additionally, TSX shakers play a key role in the mining industry where ore processing has stringent ore size requirements.
For example, before entering a ball mill, the ore should be ball mill full-open size and impurities should be removed using a TSX vibrating screen. The working principle of the vibrating screen is simple and easy to operate. Generally speaking, the key components of the TSX vibrating screen are vibrating screen, vibrator, motor, screen platform, seal and side plate to form a complete screening equipment.