Circular screen feeder with replaceable wear parts

Petersen Service presented a new development for circular screen feeders, which meets the modern requirements of the industry in many respects.

The new development of the replaceable wear parts makes difficult-to-access circular screen feeders as well as long downtimes during annual maintenance inspections a thing of the past. With this fundamentally new design, the striking arm no longer needs to be hard-faced, with all the known disadvantages such as warping. Instead it is protected with special metal sheets. These can be simply replaced without having to remove the complete striking arm. This way assembly times can be drastically reduced. As clutches are also wear parts and therefore not so popular, the circular screen feeder is driven by a frequency converter. All in all, the new circular screen feeder is much more efficient than the machines available to date.

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