El-Xtra Self-cleaning Screen Media
El-Xtra self-cleaning screen media can significantly improve screening performance in applications where wet and/or sticky material cause screen blinding that results in decreased screen surface area and compromised production.
Innovative polyurethane strips allow individual wires to vibrate independently from one another at variable frequencies. This popcorn effect prevents material build-up.
Application: Self cleaning screens are most efficient when screening and sizing of sand, gravel, limestone, coal, topsoil, crushed stone, blasted rock and compost.
Designed to decrease your cost per ton:
- Maximize available screening surface area
- Increased in-spec production
- Independant vibrating wire frequencies prevent material build up
- Reduced blinding and pegging
- Suitable for the toughest and most extreme screening conditions
- Rapid fines removal
- Screen runs free of blinding and pegging. Almost completely eliminates the need to stop and clean screen media
- Jaw runs more efficiently because fines are removed (Crushing only rock)
- Manganese wear life increased from less carry over to jaw
- Improved efficiency at secondary crushing stage
- Secondary crushing stage increased efficiency
Self Cleaning Screen Media
D Series — Effective In Most General Applications
Independent wires form effective square openings that produce a high quality and consistent product.
T-Series — Heavy Load Conditions
Alternating straight and crimped wires form triangular openings and are designed to absorb heavy impact while maintaining accurate sizing.
S-Series — Wet Applications
Ideal for the removal of fines, S-series screens produce a cleaner product when use. Reduces blinding in wet applications.
L-Series — Dry Screening Sand, Gravel And More
Standard piano wire style with maximum open area.
HL-Series — High Moisture Applications
Alternating straight and crimped wires in a slotted screen design with an elongated opening. Crimped wires absorb energy and vibrate rapidly providing a self-cleaning action.