Wedge wire sieve bend screen for mining filtration
The Wedge wire sieve bend screen of a wedge wire cross flow sieve bend screen is primarily influenced by the screen width, the slot opening, and the wire size (width). The chart below shows typical dewatering capacities in US gallons per minute (GPM) per foot of screen width. Actual capacity varies depending on the feed content and desired efficiency.
Screening efficiency and solids capacity are directly related to the length (arc length). Longer arc lengths should be considered for feed containing a high percentage of solids.
Features of Wedge wire sieve bend screen for mining filtration
Energy Efficient - operates with no moving parts and with no energy input.
Space Efficient - treats up to 122 litres per second per square metre of floor space.
Quiet Operation - no moving parts means no mechanical or electrical vibrations.
Accurate Sizing - can be used for sizing solid particles down to 0.2 mm (0.008").
Low Maintenance - the profile wire screen resists clogging by near-size particles, and the all-stainless steel construction ensures a long, corrosion-free installation.
Easy Screen Replacement - a typical screen can be replaced in 10 minutes with no tools.
Flexible Design - we can supply units with any features you may require.
Application of Wedge wire sieve bend screen for mining filtration
welded sieve bend wedge wires are utilized as conveyor and auger screening media in dewatering and draining applications. Wedgewire conveyor screens usually have axial wires and are half cylinders. Other configurations are also produced.
The loose material is divided into different particle sizes by sieves. It is called ore screening. In the mineral processing plant, the majority of the screening industry should be screened. Pre-screening is a simple and qualified method for pre-separating ores before they enter a crusher. It can not only prevent the ore from crushing, but also improve the productivity of the crusher. When the ore is broken by the drunken machine, the sieve gun is used to measure the particle size of the drunken product, so that the unqualified large classical ore particles return to the acid drunken operation, and then the drunken again. This screening is called inspection screening. 
There are many kinds of screening machines used in concentrators, such as: (1) grille and bar screen; (2) eccentric vibrating screen; (3) inertial vibrator; (4) self-centered inertial vibrating screen; (S) resonant screen; (6) fine screen; (7) arc screen. At present, most of the screening machines used in domestic concentrators are inertial vibrating screens, especially the self-centered inertial vibrating screens.