Polisher Separation Screens
GREEN SCREENS® Single Stream Separation Screens are primarily designed to separate two dimensional items like fiber from multi dimensional items such as containers. This process is achieved by mounting rubber discs to a multiple shafts mounted to an incline deck. The adjustable incline of this screen deck uses friction to pull the fiber to the top and allowing containers to roll off the bottom of the screen deck. Full deck articulation coupled with our separately hinged upper and lower deck articulation controls discharge contamination of both fiber and container streams. Our patented GREEN SCREENS® performance is unmatched with higher clean processing throughput, wrap resistant spacer systems and field adjustable disc spacing, coupled with the industry’s lowest per ton rubber disc wear cost, makes GREEN SCREENS® the recycling industry’s best performing separation system.
Model view: GS-102-26T
Standard Deck: Surface Size 25′ x 114″
Standard Overall Height: 20′ 11″
Fully Lifted Height
Polishing System IFO: 2-1/4″ x 3-5/16″ Open Size
News System IFO: 11-3/8″ x 3-5/16″ Opening Size
Single Polishing Screen: Estimated TPH 9-16 TPH Single Stream Material
Dual News, Polishing Screen Combo
: Estimated TPH 18-35 TPH Single Stream Material
Three Zone Design: Each Zone Speed and Angle Individually Adjustable.
Composite Disc Design:
Split Disc Design for easy replacement.
Spacer Design: Patent Pending Wrap Resistant Split Spacer Design.
Fines Removal Screen: Patent Pending Auto Articulating Deck “Optional”
OCC Separation Screen
Lycoming County Experiences:
Jarod Engle, the plant’s maintenance mechanic, told Green that the plant has experienced little, if any, recorded down time since commissioning. We questioned Jarod specifically on what was the secret to his record setting disc wear considering the facility averages 20% glass content in their material? Jarod indicated that efficient glass removal early in the system was a help, however being diligent in cleaning his screen spacer wrapping thoroughly once per day, combined with the high quality composite rubber discs provided by Green Machine was the key. Mr. Green says “After inspecting his screens I recommended that he budget to get some replacement discs in stock but that no immediate replacements were required.”