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Sandvik launches customised screening package

 

Sandvik’s new Peak Screening solution package aims to capture the productivity needs of quarrying and mining operations.

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology has unveiled its Peak Screening solution for quarrying and mining operations, which can be customised for site-specific requirements.

The Peak Screening solution combines screens, screen media, aftermarket parts and services and warranty plans into a full package that can be customised to the specific needs of each quarry site.

A bonus of the package is full support from Sandvik’s product and maintenance specialists who ensure all parts of the Peak Screening solution work seamlessly.

“Peak Screening shows our understanding of customers’ productivity needs, and commitment to solving their challenges in innovative, industry-first ways,” Mats Dahlberg, Sandvik’s vice president of lifecycle service crushing and screening, said.

“We want to help customers benefit from the competitive advantage Peak Screening can provide, while establishing it as the defining screening performance standard of our industry.”

New modular solutions

The company also used the launch of this solutions package to introduced three new ranges of modular screens, which that boast promises increased versatility, reliability and safety benefits:

  • SL linear motion screens.
  • SJ inclined screens.
  • SA inclined screens.

Designed to maximise the productivity during of screening operations, the new Sandvik modular screens feature a maintenance- friendly design and include products such as the WX6500 tensioned rubber screening media — a Sandvik exclusive.

According to Sandvik, the WX6500 has a 15 times longer wear life than standard wire mesh while maintaining the same amount of screening accuracy.

A reliability and performance package is offered with Sandvik’s screens, which includes two years’ extended equipment warranty, regular inspections, maintenance recommendations, troubleshooting and performance analysis to prevent breakdowns and set service intervals.

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