The constructive system of the MFX Screens is based on a structurally reinforced chassis, with flexible polyurethane meshes mounted transversally in relation to the longitudinal axis of the screen and operated by motor vibrators. No nuts or bolts are required to install the meshes.The power and range of the motor vibrators fitted tighten and slacken the meshes, generating a wave movement, which mixes, moves and screens the most difficult materials to classify and clean. See video 1 here. See video 2 here. See video 3 here. See video 4 here.
The floating bridge holds each mesh at one end, whilst the other end is attached to the main frame. This causes the mesh to alternately tighten and slacken, movement that is additional to the screen’s overall vibratory effect.
|Model 1 Deck||Model 2 Decks||Width (mm)||Lenght (mm)|
|MFXI 60 200||MFXII 60 200||600||2000|
|MFXI 86 230||MFXII 86 230||860||2300|
|MFXI 86 480||MFXII 86 480||860||4800|
|MFXI 122 297||MFXII 122 297||1220||2970|
|MFXI 150 320||MFXII 150 320||1500||3200|
|MFXI 150 460||MFXII 150 460||1500||4600|
|MFXI 150 600||MFXII 150 600||1500||6000|
|MFXI 200 600||MFXII 200 600||2000||6000|