A vibrating screen, also known as a sieve or a separator, is a machine used to separate and classify materials based on their particle size. It consists of a vibrating motor that causes the screen to vibrate, thereby separating the materials into different sizes or removing unwanted materials.There are several types of vibrating screens used in various industries.

Vibrating screen type

Linear vibrating screen

Inclined Vibrating Screen

This type of vibrating screen has a sloping surface at an angle, typically between 15 and 30 degrees. The inclined screen is widely used in aggregate, mining, and recycling applications to separate and classify materials based on their size.

Horizontal Vibrating Screen

In contrast to the inclined screen, a horizontal vibrating screen has a horizontal or near-horizontal surface. It is commonly used for applications where a horizontal deck is preferred or when there is a need for high-capacity screening.

High frequency dehydration vibrating screen

High-Frequency Vibrating Screen

High-frequency vibrating screens operate at a high frequency of up to 3,600 rpm, which helps to separate fine materials more efficiently. They are often used in applications that require high precision and efficient screening of small particles.

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