A new K-Series Replacement Screens Programme for round vibratory screeners of any make and model allows users to increase screening accuracy and reliability while decreasing downtime and cost, according to Henry Alamzad, president.
Five types of screens are offered in diameters from 457 to 2540 mm: K-Dura screens for general purpose applications, K-Strong supported screens for high material loadings, K-Sani screens for 3A, FDA, USDA and cGMP applications, K-Klean self-cleaning screens and K-Perf perforated plate “screens” for maximum durability.
“In addition to providing exact screen replacements, Kason Customer Service Technicians can recommend variations that deliver greater throughput, durability or anti-blinding performance relative to existing or new materials being screened,” says Mr. Alamzad.
Offered weld-mounted or epoxy-mounted with or without centre holes, the screens are available in meshes from 50 mm to 25 microns, in #304 stainless, #316 corrosion-resistant stainless, magnetic 430 stainless, exotic alloys and synthetics including Nylon, polyester and polypropylene, all in single- or double-mesh designs.
The K-Series Program also introduces flexible purchasing options that can prevent downtime and reduce cost, including quantity discounts, blanket orders, just-in-time delivery, re-screening of existing rings and custom inventory management.
A new on-line check-box quoting system provides users with rapid pricing and quick shipment information.The company also manufactures a broad range of circular vibratory screeners, centrifugal screeners, and circular fluid bed dryers, coolers and moisturisers.
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