Processing Magazine

Rectangular Screen Provides the Latest in Screening Technology

March 30, 2010

The screen features a cellular construction which utilizes a robust cage design reinforced with high-tensile-strength steel rods. These frames balance durability with strength, resulting in enhanced performance including more efficient conveyance of solids compared with traditional glued rectangular screens. The complex robotic construction associated with the screens creates precise repeatable tensioning providing more consistency from screen to screen. The screens have been designed to eliminate the use of adhesive, epoxy or silicone in screen manufacturing. Instead, the mesh is “fused” directly into the patented polymer constructed frame. The screens weigh less than metal-frame screens, and the one-time use frame is disposable, reducing inventory and saving handling and shipping costs associated with returning frames for re-screen. Screens are available in 2’ x 4’ and 3’ x 4’ sizes.