Eriez HydroFloat Separator Recovers Coarse Particles

To effectively recover coarse particles, the Eriez Flotation Division has combined the advantages of traditional teeter-bed separators with the selectivity of flotation cells to develop a new separation device, the HydroFloat Separator. The primary benefit is the flotation of very coarse material (up to 6 mm or 0.23 in.) that is otherwise lost using conventional methods.

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Polydeck Debuts Revolutionary Kwikdeck System

Either single- or double-crowned decks are the standard for producers using wire cloth on their vibrating screens. Although wire cloth has a low up-front cost, it typically wears out quickly and presents safety and maintenance issues that result in a higher cost over the life of the media.

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The Maximum Mix

Modular Welded-Wire Screen Panels Boost Open Area and Wear Life.

By Carol Wasson

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Superior Adds Anthem Inclined Screen to Vibratory Product Lineup

Superior Industries Inc. is releasing its first inclined screen, the company’s third vibratory product release in the past year. Known as the Anthem Inclined Screen, the unit is engineered with a single- or double-shaft drive depending on the specific application needs of the bulk processing customer.

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ASGCO Expands Use of Cast Urethane Products

The harsh demands of the quarry and aggregate industry can cause serious damage to vibratory screens. To prevent abusive material and conditions from hindering the productivity of quarry operations, ASGCO has expanded the use of its Cast Urethane products to include screen wear parts.

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