What are the factors that affect the output of dewatering sieve?
Dewatering sieve is produced to process the material to consistent dripless final product, which is typically 15 percent drier than sand washing machines. Dewatering Screen have a wide variety of applications including dewatering, desliming and washing. To dewater material effectively, material and water mixture is fed onto a steep, downward inclined screen surface at the feed end of the Dewatering Screen to achieve rapid drainage. So what are the factors that affect the production of the dewatering screen?
1. Soil content of the original sand is the decisive factor affecting the output of the dewatering screen, such as the soil, rock, shell and other impurities in the sand.
2. The grain size of sand and gravels will affect the output of dewatering screen. High quality sand is of utmost importance, so the requirements for dewatering screen are also improved. The high-quality dewatering screen is a prerequisite for high-quality sand.
3. Operation will also affect the output of the dewatering screen. Therefore, before use it is necessary to train the equipment operators to understand the working principle, performance characteristics and various precautions of the dewatering screen, etc.
In general, the quality of the dewatering screen, the soil content of the original sand and the operation of the operators will have a certain effect on the output of the dewatering screen. According to these influencing factors, it is necessary to make appropriate adjustment to improve the output of the sieve.