STM-S single deck and STM-D dual deck series of vibrating screens utilize GK’s proven two-mass / sub-natural frequency drive design which uses up to 75% less horsepower than conventional screen designs, significantly reducing energy consumption and cost. Dual in-board vibratory motors eliminate expensive belts, shafts, and bearings for increased uptime, longer service intervals, and the lowest cost of ownership available in a vibratory screen package.

Unitized design allows for rapid unit removal for reconditioning, and the modulated polyurethane screen decks are designed for convenient installation and replacement.

Features:

  • Available in standard sizes to handle from 580 – 1800 metric tons per hour.
  • Custom sizes, decks, and other options are available.
  • Use up to 75% less horsepower than conventional screen designs.


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