“We have taken the Metso modular MV vibrator and integrated it into a unique, new screen design", says Mats Dahlberg, global business manager of Vibrating Equipment, Mining and Construction, Metso.
The two unbalanced shaft lines in the Metso ES rotate in opposite directions, generating a high-energy elliptical motion with a self-synchronization design. The Metso ES performs in any application with high requirements on screening accuracy. Even in wet screening conditions or screening of sticky and dirty materials – the Metso ES provides aggressive screening.
The company says that the Metso ES’s deck frame design, with no welding along the cross member sections helps to achieve lasting performance and minimizes downtime.
The weld-free side plates have a high stress tolerance. There are no mechanical timing devices, gears, belts or oil leakage, which together with the reliable grease lubrication system keeps downtime and maintenance to a minimum, Metso says.
There is a large space between the decks, which Metso says means easy, safe and more comfortable access for maintenance. The Metso ES is also equipped with coil spring covers to minimize the risk of pinching accidents, rubber stabilizers, high-safety belt guards and one centralized, conveniently located greasing manifold.
The feedbox, discharge spout and cardan shafts of the screen feature Trellex modular wear and impact resistance rubber linings as standard protection.
Metso says that’s because Trellex products are optimized for Metso screens, they are easily available upgrade options for the Metso ES. The standard deck frame of the screen is preconfigured to handle both modular and tension screening media with minimal interruption and can be easily converted to handle the Metso media of choice.