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:: Schenck Australia Supplies Banana Screens and Feeders to WA's Pilbara Region  

Schenck Australia recently supplied 10 large double deck banana screens and 10 large vibrating feeders for a new iron ore proJcctin WA. The units were designed and built to provide high capacity, high efficiency screens tor up to 2,000 tonnes per hour in a variety of applications including scalping, sizing and lump re-screening to remove fines that have been generated in handling prior to ship loading The sreens will be installed at a new mine and a new ship loading facility in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

The screens are 3.66 metres wide and 7.63 metres long with a 0.6m long feed impact liner and a discharge liner 0.3m long. The deck is made up of six slopes each at a different angle The screen surfaces are modular polyurethane for long wear life and ease of maintenance. They have flexible type apertures and surfaces to minimise blinding with damp fines.

Schenck screens are operating across a wide range of applications from dry and wet applications in the mining processing, steel and iron making and quarrying industries.




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