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The use of sieve bottom screening by waste tire shredder, as the name implies, is a process of dividing the broken material into different particle size levels through the sieve bottom.
During the screening of the tyre shredder through the bottom of the sieve, particles of material larger than the size of the sieve remain on the bottom of the sieve, and the particles of the material corresponding to the size of the sieve are separated through the sieve.
The material entering the sieving process becomes the sieving material, and the material remaining on the sieve surface is referred to as the sieve product, and the material passing through the sieve is referred to as the sieve product, which is the so-called finished product.
In some cases, the sieved product has a different particle size and contains different useful ingredients. At this time, the screening operation also plays a role in sorting useful materials.
This screening operation is often referred to as selective screening.
The tire recycling machine generally uses a perforated steel plate. The mesh holes on the steel plate are usually punched by punching and sometimes drilled.
The shape of the mesh holes on the bottom of the sieve is mostly round and rectangular, and sometimes it is square. The mesh holes are arranged in a row. The positions of the mesh holes can be arranged in parallel or in a star chess arrangement.
A rectangular mesh of the tyre recycling machine, usually at an angle to the longitudinal axis of the screen. In order to make the screen surface firm and the effective area of the screen surface is very large, it is very good to adopt the star chess arrangement method.
The circular sieve of tire recycling machine is generally arranged at the apex of an equilateral triangle. A certain gap should be left between the screen holes according to the firmness of the sieve bottom requirements; the width of the gap can be determined empirically.