The long-stroke screener is the gentle giant of bulk material screening. It meets all of the process requirements without damaging fragile materials. This article explains the basics of how the long-stroke screener works, compares its pros and cons with those of conventional vibratory screeners, and then details how to choose a long-stroke screener.
A short introduction to long-stroke screeners
Screeners used in dry bulk processes must meet three, often competing, requirements: separation accuracy, high-capacity throughput, and efficient operation. When handling a fragile material, the screener also must be gentle, and for many applications, a long-stroke screener is your best choice.