In the field of screening technology, Allgaier Process Technology will be presenting a new screening machine, the so-called MSizer extend.
Based on state-of-the-art simulation methods and numerous complex tests under extreme conditions in the Technical Center, a technically advanced design was developed, which stands out due to its exceptional robustness and compact design. By means of an optimized excitation of the screen decks, screening qualities and quantities can now be achieved even with large throughputs, which could not be demonstrated with the previous design. The MSizer consists of two to six screen decks with a length of up to 2.4 m and − depending on size and throughput − a width of 1 to 3 m. Up to seven fractions are possible per screening process. Thanks to the optimized inclination, individual particles of the bulk material can hardly be caught in the meshes while screening. Depending on the screen structure, fines of 200 μm and coarse products up to 40 mm can be processed.
There are even more advantages accompanying the optimized design of the MSizer: smaller and lighter motors can be used for the same machine output. This means less power consumption as well as less dynamic forces in the surrounding steel structures and buildings. In fact, the new MSizers need about 15 to 20 % less energy thanks to more efficient drivers. A further focus of the new design was on simplified handling and fast screen change. The modular design of the MSizer also simplifies transport and ensures rapid assembly and disassembly. New, solid and lightweight hoods made of composite material with quick-release closure allow quick access to screens for screen changing as well as inspection and maintenance work. This means shorter downtimes.