Vibramech banana, or multi-slope, screens enable higher throughputs than equivalent horizontal screens when used in most sizing applications. These screens generate high material travel velocities on the upper deck slopes, which minimise the bed depth generated at the feed end of the screens. This facilitates the passage of fines through the bed.
These screens are available in single- or double-deck configurations, and the number and angle of the deck slopes are designed to suit specific process requirements. They are equipped with either vibrator motor or geared exciter drives.
With more than 40 years of vibrating equipment design and mineral processing experience, Vibramech is in a position to supply vibrating screens, feeders, grease tables and drives tailored to client requirements.
Finite Element Method and Strain Gauge Analysis are utilised in our design practice to prove structural integrity. Additionally, we prioritise wear protection and commonality of components to minimise spare parts inventories.
Our customers have the freedom to design their plant infrastructure without the standard equipment dimensional constraints. This is attributed to our flexibility in design, which means equipment can be retrofitted to existing infrastructure without major alterations to chutes, underpans and support steelwork.
More than 8 000 pieces of equipment worldwide have been supplied by Vibramech. Our footprint extends throughout Africa and other regions including Russia, Kazakhstan, China, Canada, USA, South America, Australia, India, United Kingdom and the Philippines.
Vibramech supplies vibrating equipment primarily to the mining and mineral processing industries across the globe and has extensive experience in gold, diamond, coal, iron ore, manganese, platinum, chrome, nickel, uranium, copper, mineral sands and aggregate operations.