Kason round vibratory screener model K100-2(IRC)-SS

Kason round vibratory screener model K100-2(IRC)-SS

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Phone: +1.973.467.8140

Email: [email protected]

Website: http://www.kason.com


Kason Corp.

67-71 East Willow St.

Park Hall Business Village, Park Hall Road

Millburn NJ 07041

United States

The round vibratory screener model K100-2(IRC)-SS, from Kason, features a Kascade Internal Recycle Cleaning Deck design with two screens of the same mesh
operating in series, allowing large-scale throughput without sacrificing
efficiency or increasing its footprint. With a screening area in excess of 7 m2,
it can separate oversize particles from bulk material at rates up to 150 tons
per hour. Positioned directly above the conventional
screening deck, the Kascade deck is of slightly smaller diameter, allowing for
a 360° annular gap at the screen’s periphery.
As this deck is fed with material at high rates, the on-size material
falls straight through the screen of the Kascade deck and is funneled through a
hole in the center of the lower conventional screen to the machine’s discharge
outlet. The overflow material (both
on-size and oversize) then cascades over the screen’s periphery, and onto the
conventional screen deck that scalps the balance of material in normal fashion. Other features include an air-lift quick screen change that allows rapid access
to the interior of the unit for inspection, cleaning or screen changes, and an auto-lube
automatic lubrication system that pressure-feeds food-grade lubricant to the
gyratory motor bearings, extending bearing life by flushing out any dead spots
where lubricant might pool, and allowing 6 to 12 months between reservoir
replacements. Offered in gravity-fed and in-line pneumatic
models for batch or continuous operation, and available to industrial or
sanitary standards, the separator is suitable for scalping of bulk food
products such as sugar, salt, flour, or starch, as well as non-foods such as
plastic pellets/compounds, fertilizer, PTA powder, metal powders, and foundry
or “frac” sand.