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week we focus on Feeding Your Screen. Last week we noted “Time is
Money” so this weeks question is, how may we best operate a screening
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure
out that screening plant operating seconds spent with either too much
or too little material on or in the screening element is wasted. Other
than having a competent loader operator and good screening methodology, I believe the feeding method is most important ingredient affecting efficiency and quality of cut.
note that nearly all of the more expensive screening plants offerings
have a capable feeder built into their system. I also note that nearly
all of the lower priced screening plants available do not have a good
method of continuously feeding a variable material..
screens with Orbital Action combines a good screening methodology and a
good feeding system in an attractively priced machine throughout its
product line. Let’s focus on our Model 63 and a typical box screen
offering which includes a fines conveyor.
The Model 63 is priced
in the low $40’s while the typical box screen with a single conveyor is
priced in the high $30’s. While the operating efficiency of the basic
box screen is improved with the addition of a fines conveyor, feeding
the screen deck remains lacking as does earning potential.
The Model 63 which includes a very efficient, general purpose
feeding system can give maximum production efficiency percentages with
a high quality of cut for only a few more first cost dollars. Since “Time is Money” saving a few dollars on the purchase may cost a few more dollars every time you fire up to use your screening plant.
Blog # 23
I will continue my
comments about the many advantages of Orbital Action Screening in my next Blog. Meanwhile, look over our Videos and Job Stories
to learn more about Orbital Action Screening. Our products, with their
user friendly features and high performance levels could take you into
a new season with a much higher profit potential.
Send us your requirements by filling out and submitting the Intended Use Form
and you will soon have full details and a quote for the correct model
and available options to fulfill your job application needs
Finer Cut”, is Brad’s Blog. Each issue will cover a topic of interest
about our machines, our industry, our customers and more. I am excited
about the opportunity to use a Blog to broaden our communications with
our customers and industry. I invite you to return and visit from time
to time, cruising through previous issues to learn many details
regarding our products.
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