What are the specifications of the single deck banana screen

A single deck banana screen is a type of vibrating screen that is characterized by a curved or banana-shaped deck surface. It is designed to handle high-capacity applications and provide efficient screening and classification of materials. The unique shape of the deck allows for increased screening area and improved material distribution, leading to higher throughput and better separation efficiency.

Single deck banana screen specifications

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Screen length: The length of the vibrating screen, typically measured in millimeters or inches.

Screen width: The width of the screen deck, determining the screening area.

Deck Design

Banana shape: The deck surface is curved or banana-shaped, with a steeper inclination towards the discharge end. This design allows for better material stratification and increased screening efficiency.

Number of decks: A single deck banana screen has one screen surface. However, multiple decks can be incorporated for finer classification and separation.

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Motion and Operation

Vibrating mechanism: The type of vibrating motion generated by the screen, which can be circular, linear, or elliptical.

Drive type: The method used to generate the vibrating motion, such as electric motor, magnetic vibrator, or eccentric shaft.

Inclination angle: The angle at which the screen deck is inclined, which affects the material flow and screening efficiency.

Screen Mesh and Aperture

Mesh size: The size of the openings in the screen mesh, typically measured in microns, millimeters, or inches. It determines the particle size separation.

Wire diameter: The thickness of the wire used to create the screen mesh.

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Capacity and Efficiency

Throughput or capacity: The maximum amount of material that the vibrating screen can handle per unit of time, typically measured in tons per hour (TPH) or cubic meters per hour (m³/h).

Screening efficiency: The percentage of material that passes through the screen compared to the total input material.

Construction and Materials

Screen frame: The framework that supports the screen panels and provides structural rigidity.

Screen panels: The individual sections of the screen that contain the screen mesh. They can be made of various materials such as woven wire, polyurethane, rubber, or perforated plate.

Single deck banana screens are commonly used in industries such as mining, quarrying, aggregate processing, and recycling. They are particularly suitable for applications that require high capacity screening, efficient material separation, and effective dewatering or desliming processes. It’s important to consult manufacturers or suppliers for specific technical details and options based on your requirements.