The flipscreen is making great inroads in the coal industry. After many years of being a peripheral machine for processing contaminated stockpiles, now the flipscreen is at the forefront of the mining process.
Modern fertilizer spreading, conventional combine sowing and air seeders require fertilizer to be in it's original prilled state, if there are lumps caused by moisture in the fertilizer mix, this creates large problems for farm machinery
It is common for Landscape contractors to use Flipscreen screen buckets for site works such as the removal of sod/turf successfully by screening out the top soil and therefore removing only a small amount of vegetation
The flipscreen is making great inroads in the mining industry. After many years of being a peripheral machine for processing contaminated stockpiles, now the flipscreen is at the forefront of the mining process
In quarries there are many applications for Flipscreen screening buckets; Screening aggregates, pre screening prior to crushing, replacement of Grizzlys with Flipscreens and small spot screening just to name a few
One of the major challenges for railways around the word is fouled ballast, where ballast is contaminated with “fines” such as soil, dust, coal dust, and broken undersize rock caused by weak ballast material breaking up or over tamping
The Flip Screen screening bucket recovers metals from dirt piles, any material of any size, from nuts and bolts to engine blocks and ship anchors, can be scooped and screened without damaging the Flip Screen. Flip Screen is the best screening method in the world for screening metal from dirt in the scrap metal industry.
All large Flipscreen screening buckets are fitted with steel on steel face seals; this means that Flipscreens are so robustly and precisely built that they can be used under water. Any items which require washing such as ornamental stone can be screened and then washed all in the same cycle.