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Product guide



-and the people to support you
Sandvik offers you a wide range of quality screens. But that is not all. Many of our sales people have a long experience with many types of screens and are well qualied to help you select the right equipment for your plant. Sandvik has supplied customers with crushing & screening equipment for over half a century. Whether you need just a screen or a complete process solution, Sandvik can provide you with equipment that is easy to install and fully functioning from day one. Optimizing your screening processes A reliable, efcient screen is not the only thing you need for optimizing your screening process. An efcient screen also needs efcient wear protection, dust encapsulation and screening media products. Thus satisfying increased requirements for clean air, efcient production and high up-time. Sandvik has a full range of screening media for vibrating screens, in polyurethane and other rubber qualities. Sandvik also has a range of wear resistant rubber and polyurethane products. Sandviks products meet the highest quality standards, with both sheeting and wear plates. Advantages include long wear life, lower maintenance, reduced noise levels and improved working environment. So Sandvik can supply you with everything you need to optimize your screening process - and guarantee performance! Screens for all applications Vibrating equipment commonly used for separating different grades of crushed minerals uses either stratication (screening with a vibrating bed) or free-fall screening. Conventional screens used in the aggregate industry have great versatility as regards separation limits and material size processed. They work on the stratication principle; the vibration of the machine sifts the material bed so that ner material passes through the coarser material. This enables particles smaller than the mesh of the screen to pass through it. Screens operating on the free-fall principle have been developed as an alternative to conventional screens. They are used successfully in both mobile and stationary plant. Sandvik have further developed simple free-fall screening by building each deck in several sections and optimizing the inclination of the deck sections. Free-fall screens can be built much shorter and with smaller footprint than conventional screens of comparable capacities. Sometimes, non-abrasive, soft or sticky materials and materials with high moisture content are best screened with equipment that does not rely on vibration as an operating principle. Sandvik offers roller screens that are ideal for careful screening of such materials. Take a closer look at the Sandvik range of machines and media. The people at Sandvik are the people who can help you optimize your screening process!


Sandvik has developed screens and screening media to provide the best solution for your screening process.





Modular screening media of rubber with punched or moulded openings.

Fine to medium coarse screening, primarily in dry applications.

Stepdeck PU

Modular screening media of polyurethane with moulded openings.

Fine to medium coarse screening, primarily in wet applications.


Modular screening media of soft rubber with punched openings.

Fine screening in difcult conditions.


Tensioned rubber screening media with punched apertures.

Fine to medium coarse screening, primarily in dry applications.

Crosscord PU

Tensioned polyurethane screening media with moulded apertures.

Fine to medium coarse screening, primarily in wet applications.


Pre-tensioned rubber screen panel with punched apertures.

Fine to medium coarse screening, primarily in dry applications.

Duracrown PU

Pre-tensioned polyurethane screen panel with moulded apertures.

Fine to medium coarse screening, primarily in wet applications.


Self-supporting rubber screening panel.

Medium coarse to coarse screening, primarily in the quarrying and mining industries.


Self-supporting rubber screening panel with moulded apertures.

Medium coarse to coarse screening, primarily in the quarrying and mining industries.


Clamping system made of hardwearing rubber with T-bolt attachment.

Holding self-supporting or pre-tensioned screen panels in position on screens with cambered or at screen decks.


Centre hold down bars made of hardwearing rubber with a vulcanised metal reinforcement.

Clamping self-supporting, tensioned or pre-tensioned screen panels in position on screens with cambered or at screen decks.


Wear resistant rubber capping for crowned deck bucker bars.

Protecting the underside of the screen cloth from wear.

Wide offering of a highly reliable screen
Sandviks Master-Flo screen is one of the most common types of screen on the market. This sturdy, highly reliable screen comes in three different types and Sandvik can offer it in a wide range of sizes.

Master-Flo GS The Master-Flo GS (Grizzly Screen) screens are recommended for installation between a primary feeder and a primary crusher. Typical feed material is blasted rock, ripped rock or gravel with high nes content, often containing difcult wet natural nes or clay. The Master-Flo GS screens have a single grizzly or plate type of scalping deck with the option of a second deck with woven wire. Master-Flo GS screens immediately after a primary feeder gives more effective scalping than a primary feeder with a built-in grizzly. The stroke and speed of a Master-Flo GS remains constant while the feed rate is adjusted by varying the feeder speed providing efcient separation at all times. Master-Flo XS The Master-Flo XS (Xtraheavy Screen) screens are built with extra heavy-duty applications in mind. They are circular motion inclined screens with two or three decks, and can be tted with wire mesh, polyurethane and rubber screening media or steel plate on the top deck. The Master-Flo XS screens are heavy and have more powerful motors and drives than a regular circular motion screen. Master-Flo XS screens have been designed for screening immediately after a primary crushing operation, allowing a maximum feed size of up to 400 mm. Master-Flo CS The Master-Flo CS (Classication Screen) screens are intended for heavy-duty, medium and ne screening applications. The screens are circular motion inclined screens in two, three and four deck designs. Standard inclination is 18-20 degrees, depending on the size of the machine. The decks can be equipped with any kind of modern screening media of polyurethane and rubber, wire mesh or steel plate. The Master-Flo CS range of screens is built for general quarrying applications and with a separation range from 80 mm to 2 mm. The maximum feed size is generally limited to 150 mm, depending somewhat on the selected screening media. The Master-Flo CS screens can also be used as splitter screens to divide ows within a plant and are frequently used for nal screening of nished fractions. This range is also available with a successful water spray system.



Dimensions (width x length) mm


GRIZZLY SCREENS, GS GS 43 S GS 43 D GS 60 S GS 60 D XS 43 D XS 43 T XS 63 D XS 63 T Sandviks Master-Flo GS grizzly screens, Master-Flo XS xtraheavy screens and Master-Flo CS classication screens are the product of an over thirty years of continuous development of state-of-the art simulation. All critical components have been eldtested with various applications. The results have been subject to careful analysis and compared with our customers experience and requirements. Sandvik Master-Flo screens have shown themselves to be extremely reliable, economic, easy to use and suitable for most applications. XS 86 D XS 86 T XS 108 D XS 108 T XS 126 D XS 126 T XS 144 D XS 144 D *) CS 27 D CS 27 T CS 36 D CS 37 T CS 36 Q CS 43 D CS 43 T CS 43 Q CS 54 D CS 54 T CS 63 D CS 63 T CS 63 Q CS 72 D CS 72 T CS 72 Q CS 86 D CS 86 T CS 86 Q CS 108 D CS 108 T CS 108 Q CS 126 D CS 126 T CS 126 Q CS 144 D CS 144 T CS 144 Q CS 173 D CS 173 T CS 173 Q CS 216 D CS 216 T 1200 x 3600 1200 x 3600 1500 x 4000 1500 x 4000 1200 x 3600 1200 x 3600 1500 x 4200 1500 x 4200 1800 x 4800 1800 x 4800 1800 x 6000 1800 x 6000 2100 x 6000 2100 x 6000 2400 x 6000 2400 x 6000 900 x 3000 900 x 3000 1200 x 3000 1200 x 3000 1200 x 3000 1200 x 3600 1200 x 3600 1200 x 3600 1500 x 3600 1500 x 3600 1500 x 4200 1500 x 4200 1500 x 4200 1500 x 4800 1500 x 4800 1500 x 4800 1800 x 4800 1800 x 4800 1800 x 4800 1800 x 6000 1800 x 6000 1800 x 6000 2100 x 6000 2100 x 6000 2100 x 6000 2400 x 6000 2400 x 6000 2400 x 6000 2400 x 7200 2400 x 7200 2400 x 7200 2700 x 8000 2700 x 8000 4330 4599 8850 9410 3480 3840 4700 6140 6270 8370 8890 10500 10300 13800 9850 16000 1700 2080 1875 2300 2920 2200 2720 3480 2350 2920 3250 4130 5400 3900 4970 6400 4210 5450 7000 6640 8980 10060 7300 10200 11500 8200 11000 15500 10400 14100 16100 13500 19440

Master-Flo GS



Master-Flo XS

Master-Flo CS

*) Extra heavy duty with 2 x 30 kW drive


Maintenance friendly, high-capacity screens
These Sandvik screen models are all heavy-duty machines, designed with a high carrying capacity and a high G-force. The high adjustability and maintainability of the screens are some of the main advantages. No extra space is required to maintain them, the mesh is easy to unbolt, and you can work on them in any type of environmental condition. Linel-Flo The horizontal Linel-Flo screen series has been purposedesigned for classication screening duties as well as for scalping ore ahead of a cone crusher in mining applications. Linel-Flo screens are available with 1, 2 or 3 decks but also with half decks as an option. Linel-Flo is an excellent choice where the height is limited by surrounding facilities, for the screening of small and short fractions and when heavy material is loaded on the screen. Linear or elliptical stroke improves the screening. Linel-Flo has a maximum feed size up to 300 mm and a separation range from 100-1 mm. MSO The MSO inclined screen has circular motion stroke in the center of the screen and elliptical stroke at the feed and discharge end. The primary advantage of that is that it increases the material speed at the feed end while at the same time it decreases the material speed at the discharge end. It is evident that the combined effect of these aspects will result in a more accurate screening. Screens are available with 1, 2 or 3 decks in the standard range of screens and half decks are available as an option. The MSO is a classication screen just like the Linel-Flo screen. The most signicant difference between these two units is that the MSO has only one vibrating mechanism. MSO has a maxmum feed size up to 300 mm and a separation of 140-2 mm. Mechanism grizzly The MGS screens have been designed specically for heavy scalping duties with the main purpose of removing nes from the feed before primary crushing. In conjunction with a facility for bypassing nes ahead of the crusher, MGS screens can be combined with Hydrostroke feeders when heavy dump loads and high capacities are required. All MGS screens have their vibrating mechanism mounted under the feed pan. The double shaft mechanism generates an elliptical stroke, which consequently means better feeding as well as a sustained material speed on the screen. MGS screens are available with 2, 3 and 4 grizzly steps for the single deck models, depending on the size of the screen. The double deck models are equipped with three grizzly steps on the top deck and wire or rubber media on the bottom deck. The drive unit incorporates two motors with cardan shafts meaning that neither gearbox nor gearwheels are necessary - the mechanism is self-synchronizing. The components of the mechanism are mainly the same as for the Linel-Flo and MSO screens. MGS has a maximum feed size up to 500 mm and a separation of up to 250 mm.

Linel-Flo, MSO and MGS


Dimensions (width x length), mm

Type S, 1-d Weight

Type D, 2-d Weight

Type T, 3-d Weight

LINEL-FLO HORIZONTAL VIBRATING SCREEN LF1030 LF1230 LF1240 LF1540 LF1550 LF1850 LF1860 LF2160 LF2460 LF2470 LF2770 LF3070 1020 x 3000 1220 x 3000 1220 x 4000 1520 x 4000 1520 x 5000 1820 x 5000 1820 x 6000 2120 x 6000 2420 x 6000 2420 x 7000 2720 x 7000 3020 x 7000 1990 2130 2645 2890 3770 4220 4700 5150 6580 7280 2450 2770 3530 3880 4350 5160 6680 7460 11000 12200 14350 15430 4250 4680 6000 7275 10100 11810 13340 15650 3040


MSO INCLINED VIBRATING SCREEN MSO1030 MSO1230 MSO1240 MSO1540 MSO1550 MSO1850 MSO1860 MSO2160 MSO2460 MSO2470 1020 x 3000 1220 x 3000 1220 x 4000 1520 x 4000 1520 x 5000 1820 x 5000 1820 x 6000 2120 x 6000 2420 x 6000 2420 x 7000 1630 1720 2320 2620 3145 3890 4375 4800 5410 2200 2400 2900 3530 4020 4780 6860 7660 8830 10200 2780 3920 4510 5140 7520 8280 9890 11550 -


MGS MECHANISM GRIZZLY SCREEN MGS1230 MGS1239 MGS1530 MGS1830 MGS1539 MGS1839 MGS2139 MGS1848 MGS2148 MGS2448 1220 x 3000 1520 x 3000 1820 x 3000 1520 x 3900 1820 x 3900 2120 x 3900 1820 x 4800 2120 x 4800 2420 x 4800 3500 4000 5200 5000 6000 6700 8500 9300 10500 5000 6200 7900 -


All dimensions are inside dimensions.


Flexible free-fall screens
Free-Flo The main advantage of the Free-Flo screens is their ability to handle large loads of material in comparison to their modest size. Free-Flo is often used instead of a slot sizer for removal of natural nes before crushers for separation of material for different crushing stages and for nal products of natural gravel, e.g., scalping, closed circuit screening and nal product screening of gravel. Suitable screening media are rubber, wire or plate elements for the top deck, and wire mesh at the lower deck(s). The free-fall screening principle enables quick removal of large amounts of nes, using step deck inclination and effective linear stroke almost perpendicular to the deck. The free-fall screening principle also gives low accuracy, as the velocity of oversize particles is quite high, consequently each particle has a limited number of chances to pass a slot. The heavy-duty version of Free-Flo, FFx, is normally used after larger crushers, giving a maximum feed size of over 150 mm. The three different frame models associated with the Free-Flo range can be seen in the summary on the right-hand page: Free-Flo, S-version: Standard duty, Free-Flo, H-version: Heavy-duty and Free-Flo, X-version: Extra heavy-duty. Free-Classier Free-Classiers share some of the same basic design principles of the Free-Flo screen. The Free-Classier screen incorporates two different screening sections on each deck. This provides a free-fall action in the rst section and a more accurate stratication in the second section. The result is a combination of the high capacity associated with free-fall screening and the good separation accuracy known from horizontal screening. Another positive side effect is the compactness of the machine. Free-Classiers are offered in three sizes, which are approximately 35 percent more effective than conventional screens in terms of a footprint area comparison. This gure will be even greater with evaluation of a complete station, due to its lightweight design, consequently giving extremely low dynamic loads to the structure.

Free-o and Free-Classier


Dimensions (width x length), mm


Free-Flo H/X

FREE-FLO FF1012S FF1012X The free-fall screening principle ensures a free ow of material through all the decks. Free-Flo can be of much shorter construction and more compact than is the case with conventional screens. Free-Fall screening ensures that each stone can pass the screen early on. The cloth is always exposed to new material, without creating a bed of material. FF1220S FF1220H FF1220X FF1420H FF1620X FF1820S FF1820H 1020 x 1330 1020 x 1460 1240 x 2435 1240 x 2500 1240 x 2990 1430 x 2500 1618 x 2920 1818 x 2645 1818 x 2645 1000 1300 1600 1750 2700 2500 4450 3800 3800

Free-Flo S

FREE-CLASSIFIER FC314 FC318 FC418 1400 x 3540 1800 x 4290 1800 x 4290 3200 5700 6500

All dimensions are inside dimensions.


Free-Classier screens use free-fall screening without a bed on the rst part of each deck, but combine it with stratication screening with a bed on the nal part. Therefore, Free-Classier screens combine quick nes removal and accurate sizing, making possible much shorter construction of the screen than with a conventional screen, but with the same width throughput capacity and screening accuracy.

Your choice for sticky material
Sandvik Roller screens are excellent for handling sticky material. All models are non-vibrating and very easy to dust and noise encapsulate.

Roller Grizzly The Roller Grizzly (RSP) has been designed for scalping and screening duties of low abrasive materials with an Abrasion Index (Ai) below 0.03, such as limestone and coal. Roller Grizzly is compact and its ability to handle high capacities and moist material has been proven in many applications. Roller Grizzly is available for both primary and secondary duties, depending on the maximum feed size. In order to achieve the best possible screening results it is important to spread the feed along the entire width of the screen. The drop height of the material should be as low as possible since the screen doesnt sit on top of springs to absorb the impact energy. Roller Screens Roller Screens RSR, RSS and RSF have been primarily designed for coal and lignite screening. These screens are superior to vibrating equipment when the material is sticky and exhibits high moisture content. No vibration is transferred to the support structure and the compact size and high capacity range make these screens highly competitive. Roller Screen RSR has been built for ROM (run of mine): coal screening. Roller Screen RSS is best used for secondary applications: to screen washed coal. Roller Screen RSF for 4-20 mm screening: screening in one dimension only. Roller Screen Crusher Roller Screen Crusher RSC has been purpose designed to remove impurities of commercial coal as well as to crush down existing coal lumps to acceptable sizes in coal-red power plants. Roller Screen Crusher comes complete with dust encapsulation, pre-screen, two crusher drums and after-screen. A pre-crusher might be necessary to put on top of the pre-screen if many lumps, such as frozen coal, are present. The crusher drums have a releasing mechanism to enable wood pieces, stones and other impurities to be rejected. The sensitivity of the release mechanism is adjustable.


Roller Grizzly, Roller Screen and Roller Screen Crusher


Dimensions (width x length), mm



ROLLER GRIZZLY RSP TYPE P 2000 4000 6000 ROLLER SCREEN RSR1225-50 RSR1525-50 RSR2140-50 RSR2450-50 RSR2460-50 RSR2470-50 RSS1025-30 RSS1025-50 RSS1530-30 RSS1530-50 RSS2040-30 RSS2040-50 RSS2060-50 RSF1225 RSF1530 RSF2040 RSF2060 RSF2465 ROLLER SCREEN CRUSHER RSC1025-30 RSC1025-50 RSC1530-50 RSC1540-30 RSC1540-50 RSC2040-50 RSC2040-50 RSC2060-50 1000 x 2500 1000 x 2500 1500 x 3000 1500 x 4000 1500 x 4000 2000 x 4000 2000 x 4000 2000 x 6000 8000 / 9100 8000 / 9100 9800 / 11500 10950 / 12400 10950 / 12400 11700 / 13500 13500 14900 / 16700 1200 x 2500 1500 x 2500 2100 x 4000 2400 x 5000 2400 x 6000 2400 x 7000 1000 x 2500 1000 x 2500 1500 x 3000 1500 x 3000 2000 x 4000 2000 x 4000 2000 x 6000 1200 x 2500 1500 x 3000 2000 x 4000 2000 x 6000 2400 x 6500 5200 5600 8000 10000 13000 16000 4000 4000 4200 4200 7500 7500 11200 3200 4400 7200 11000 13100 1200 / 1500 / 1800 / 2400 x 2000 1500 / 1800 / 2100 / 2400 x 2000 1800 / 2100 / 2400 x 2000 7200 / 7900 / 8600 / 10000 14500 / 15500 / 16500 / 18500 24500 / 26500 / 28500


Scalping: 4-160 mm (i.e. limestone and coal)



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Suitable screening duties for Sandvik Screening range

Scalping before primary crusher

Scalping after primary crusher

Scalping after secondary crusher

Closed circuit screening

Mining duties

Final fractioning, sep. 16-64 mm

Final fractioning, sep. 0-16 mm


Screening duties: Scalping Scalping means that requirements for separation accuracy are low and feed rates high. Suitable machines for coarse scalping with separation > 100 mm are a vibrating grizzly feeder or an extra robust free-swinging, circular-motion screen with bar or pin grizzlies lined with heavy-duty rubber. Suitable machines for scalping of ner material with separation < 100 mm are a compact free-fall screen, a conventional Master-Flo or an MSO circular motion screen with rubber elements. Closed-circuit Closed circuit screening normally means high capacities and reasonable accuracy requirements. The separation size is often within 16 to 100 mm. Suitable machines are: a compact freefall screen, a conventional Master-Flo or an MSO circular motion screen with rubber elements. Multiple decks are often used to reduce the bed thickness in applications with a large proportion of circulating material. Final fractioning This duty requires a screen with good separation accuracy. Suitable machines for small separations <16 mm: a free-swinging linear/elliptical-motion Linel-Flo screen, a free fall Free-Classier screen or in some cases a circular-motion Master-Flo screen. We normally recommend wire or special rubber elements. When demands for separation accuracy are not too severe or if the fractions are longer, a free-swinging circular-motion screen can be selected. Polyurethane screening media is recommended for wet screening.


SANDVIK ROCK PROCESSING SCREENS: Master-Flo: Inclined circular motion screens Linel-Flo: Horizontal linear/elliptical motion screens Free-Flo: Compact, high capacity free-fall screens Free-Classier: Compact, high capacity, high accuracy free-fall screens MSO: Circular motion stroke screens MGS: Mechanism Grizzly Screens Screens with rollers: Roller Grizzly, Roller Screens, Roller Screen Crushers

SANDVIK ROCK PROCESSING FEEDERS: HGF: Heavy Grizzly Feeders MGF: Mechanism Grizzly Feeders FS: FeedScreen units GF: Grizzly Feeders PF/PFU: Pan Feeders for secondary applications FORCE: Vibrating feeder control systems Hydrostroke: Reciprocating table feeder

Sandvik is a high-technology engineering Group with advanced products and a world-leading position within selected niches; tools for metalworking, machinery, tools for rock-excavation, products in stainless steel, special alloys, high-temperature materials and process systems. Sandvik Rock Processing is a product area within Sandvik Mining and Construction and manufactures products for the mining and construction industry; crushers, screens, screening media, feeders, mobile crushers and screening stations. Worldwide business activities are conducted through 300 companies and representation in 130 countries.
Sandvik Rock Processing 2005. Subject to alteration without prior notice.

Sandvik Rock Processing, SE-233 81 Svedala, Sweden. Tel. +46 40-40 68 00. Fax +46 40-40 68 98. www.rockprocessing.sandvik.com e-mail: info.srp@sandvik.com

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