Astec Mobile Screens to offer multi-frequency technology for all their 5-foot-wide, two-deck screens
Multi-frequency technology from Astec Mobile Screens was launched in March 2017 for the GT205 plant. The multi-frequency technology combines a conventional, two-bearing vibrator, traditionally used on an incline screen, with a high-frequency vibrator on the bottom deck. The combination of the two systems creates a screen that operates with a higher G-force. The increased screening energy also enables the multi-frequency screen to process material with higher moisture content.
With the success of the GT205 multi-frequency, Astec Mobile Screens has designed and manufactured the same technology on a portable PTSC205 plant and GT145 track screen. Astec Mobile Screens will now offer multi-frequency technology for all of its 5-foot-wide, two-deck screens.
Patrick Reaver, inside sales director at Astec Mobile Screens, says, "Our customers have seen tremendous improvements in their operations by using the multi-frequency screen in the GT205, and we're really excited to bring this technology to more people by expanding into our direct feed and portable mounted screens."
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