The new range of rotary screening buckets has been developed to provide an efficient, flexible and practical screening system.
The bucket is filled in the normal manner, moved to the screening position and powered up. During screening the larger fragments are retained in the bucket with the smaller fragments screened through apertures in the drum. When screening is finished, the bucket is moved to the tip area where the retained material is tipped out.
Drums with different mesh sizes can be easily interchanged.
|Rotary 0.3 conical||Rotary 0.7 conical QC||Rotary 0.9 QC|
|Carrier weight||6-12 tonnes||13-15 tonnes||18-25 tonnes|
|Output||Dependent on drum aperture|
|Bucket capacity||.3 m³||.7 m³||.9 m³|
|Hydraulic Requirement||40 litres / min 130 bar||70 litres / min 130 bar||100 litres / min 130 bar|