W.S. Tyler, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, will be exhibiting its screening, washing, pelletizing and particle analysis technologies at Agg1 2012 in booth 1912. Among other things, the company will discuss its T-Class two-bearing circular vibrating screen, which offers numerous customizable features so aggregate producers can easily design a machine to precisely screen their aggregate material to valuable specifications.
W.S. Tyler’s T-Class is built on a platform, first providing a choice of machine width, from 4 to 8 ft. (1.2 to 2.4 m), and the proper concentric shaft drive type with bearing sizes of either 120 mm to 160 mm. Producers can then choose between screen length, from 8 to 24 ft. (2.4 to 7.3 m); number of decks up to 4-1/2; and one or two shafts, depending on the application. Within these self-set parameters, the choices grow to include deck setup, feed and discharge arrangements, suspension systems, reinforcement plates, wear lining and stroke and speed combinations. The T-Class vibrating screen also allows for the use of multiple screen media types on each deck to meet unique screening requirements.
Ideal for aggregate separation and sizing, the W.S. Tyler T-Class vibrating screen can handle a top feed size of 12 in. (30.5 cm), in wet or dry applications, screening to a size that ranges from 6 in. (15.2 cm) down to 20 mesh for scalping or finer screening needs.
Standard features in the W.S. Tyler T-Class augment the heavy-duty properties of the screen. In addition to the rugged 3/8-in.-thick (1 cm) huck-bolted body design, which is free from welds that can suffer from fatigue cracking, the T-Class vibrating screen offers 90-degree top and 45-degree bottom Durabend side plates; patented angle box tensioning; single-point grease lubrication; hands-free tube housing for bearing work without come-alongs or drift pins; and the Ty-Rider mounting system, which reduces noise pollution and eliminates lateral movement of the machine.
W.S. Tyler, www.wstyler.com