The company says that extra clearance between decks, a popular feature on inclined scenes, is now an optional feature for the Guardian Horizontal Screens. It adds that the extra headroom is appreciated by maintenance crews while working inside the screen.
Additionally, Superior has outfitted some of its screens with king-sized bearings, which greatly increase the capacity of the screen. One of the manufacturer’s largest models uses 200mm bearings.
“Historically, horizontal screens are most popular in portable or mobile applications,” said Ed Sauser, Superior’s product manager for the manufacturer’s vibratory solutions. “However, some static producers prefer horizontal over inclined screens, so we’ve designed a few features to improve performance for these customers.
“We also build one of the market’s only four-deck screens, which offers a five-product split (four end products and one oversize),” Sauser added. “This four-deck option is available in 6x20 and 8x20 models of our Guardian Horizontal Screen.”
Superior manufactures a dozen models of its Guardian Horizontal Screen in two-, three- or four-deck configurations for dry or wet applications.