Polyurethane Coated Steel Wire Rope Screen
Polyurethane coated stainless steel wire rope screen also named Tufflex Screen with the same open area as woven wire and huge advantages over traditional screens.
Tufflex as “a problem solving screen media”, designed to reduce screen wear, pegging, blinding, dust, noise and screen installation issues.
“However, for high volume production facilities, hi-tensile screens can restrict output, are short-lived and can be costly and cumbersome to change. Tufflex addresses all of these important issues.”
Tufflex can be “rolled up and thrown on a shoulder without the fear of sharp edges or having to take two operators”.
Tufflex is also quieter when in operation, “which can be very important if the quarry is in a built-up area”.
Polyurethane Coated Steel Wire Rope Screen can last over twice as long as traditional woven wire mesh. The performance is different from traditional wire, rubber and poly screens due to a combination of the poly/wire construction and the fully/partially weld features.
Along with a longer lifespan, Tufflex also makes less noise than its wire counterpart, with less sound emanating from clashing objects on the screen.
Polyurethane Coated Steel Wire Rope Screen produces less pegging and blinding, particularly amongst its range of partially welded screens, as the secondary vibration effects, along with the smooth finish of the poly, and the movement between wires can stop material from staying on the surface.
Polyurethane Coated Steel Wire Rope Screen’s main feature is its wear resistant polyurethane wire ropes, fusion welded together. The mesh has sheet metal formed hooks on opposite sides, like traditional tension screen cloths. The material in the hooks can be either mild steel or stainless steel.