Ultrasonic Deblinding Screen
Prevent mesh blinding and blocking of your mesh with Russell Finex’s innovative ultrasonic vibrating screen
The patented Vibrasonic® Deblinding System uses an ultrasonic frequency to vibrate the mesh. This keeps the apertures free from blockage and allows easier screening of powders. Increasing screening capacity up to 10 times, this system improves productivity while allowing separation accuracy down to 20µm (#635 mesh).
The deblinding system can be fitted to a new or existing vibratory sieve for easy integration into your production line. The prevention of screen overload not only reduces production downtime, but also reduces the time required to clean the mesh.
By eliminating mesh blinding, this ultrasonic vibrating screen also reduces the need to repair and replace damaged mesh, therefore lowering production costs. In addition, it vastly improves the end-product quality by allowing production lines to sieve on finer meshes.
Enjoy the many benefits ultrasonic vibrating screen can offer you:
- Improved and consistent product quality – Maintain high product quality through improved separation accuracy
- Increased production output – Prevents mesh blinding and eliminates cleaning downtime
- Reduced costs – Eliminates mesh damage normally associated with mechanical cleaning devices, increasing mesh life
Typical applications of the ultrasonic vibrating screen
Capacity without Vibrasonics
Capacity with Vibrasonics
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the use of an ultrasonic vibrating screen?
Ultrasonic deblinding can be fitted to a vibratory sieve which passes an ultrasonic frequency to the mesh, eliminating blinding and blockages which occur during processing. This helps to improve production efficiency through automation which keeps the meshes clear, while also reducing maintenance and repairs required.
How does an ultrasonic screen work?
A high frequency vibration is applied to the mesh screen which helps to eliminate otherwise unavoidable blockages which occur when screen difficult powders or when using finer meshes.
Can the ultrasonic deblinding be tuned for different uses?
Using the controller, both the strength and duration of the ultrasonic vibration can be changed to suit production requirements. The ultrasonic frequency can also be set to run continuously or pulse, allowing it to run at timed intervals.