Rubber Screening Media
Rubber screening media system is unique in structure design, in addition to the use of high wear-resistant rubber molding process (this process avoids the traditional punching method in the process of the product damage), the product not only has a high porosity, but also has a uniform opening. The space rib will never break. Compared to wire screens, which have a lower opening screening area on smaller apertures. Our Rubber screening media is manufactured by high wear-resistant materials, they are ideal as complete decks on larger screen boxes or as an impact section. These screens are available in a range of square or slotted apertures to suit all types of grading requirements.
Rubber tension screens used in cross and end tension screening application can be manufactured in apertures ranging from 3 to 150 mm and rubber thicknesses 3 to 50 mm. They are manufactured utilizing state of the art CNC perforating technology enabling quick turnaround.
Tension Screens with cord reinforcement: An alternative to Polyurethane screens, high resistance Rubber Screens are characterised by their resistance to abrasion and corrosion. These Tension Screens are produced as perforated rubber mats with the possibility of lateral and longitudinal tension, they can be easily substituted with wire screens without having to change the machine underside construction.
Rubber Screens with steel frame and cord reinforcement: Mounted using side rubber bars they can pose as a self–supporting deck, suitable for tougher work conditions, mainly for big fractions classification.
Rubber Screens with steel frame: These are made of angle bar and steel rods and can also pose as a self–supporting deck, used mainly for pre-screening in tough conditions. These screens are mounted using side rubber rods.
Rubber Screens can be tailored to suit a large variety of industrial applications, meeting the needs of our client and customer requirements
Substantially increased life vs wire screens
Reduced pegging and blinding
Improved stratification and screening efficiency
Lighter than heavy wire screens
Lower cost per tonne vs wire screens
Reduced noise pollution