Iron Ore Screening

Iron ore screening equipment from Multotec is made from polyurethane or rubber screening media. Our screening equipment is ideal for high, medium or low grade profiles, reduce plant footprint by more than 33% and materials of construction ensure a long life at reduced cost with low maintenance requirements.

Our polyurethane and rubber iron ore screening solutions are manufactured using state-of-the-art injection moulding and rubber compression moulding machines. Aperture sizes and panel materials are tailored for use with all types of screening, from coarse, heavy-duty to ultra-fine applications. 

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Iron Ore screening solutions

As experts in understanding industry flow sheets in the mineral processing industry, our iron ore screening solutions are designed to minimise downtime and provide the lowest cost per ton processed.

Hammer Cross Belt Sampler

Our hammer samplers provide representative, cross belt samples of particulate material from a moving conveyor belt. They are manufactured in South Africa according to ISO 9001:2000 standards, and can be set up to suit all conveyor belt installations from 450 mm to 2 100 mm wide.

Longi-Multotec Heavy Media Drum Separators

The Longi-Multotec heavy media drum separator (HMDS) for screening improves grade and recovery in dense medium recovery processes. We combine leading magnet technology, an established, application-specific experience in mineral processing and high-quality configurations, materials and parts, to improve the performance of dense media mineral recovery operations

Mineral  Spiral Concentrators

Multotec has designed and optimised screening spiral concentrators for minerals, including iron ore, supplied with steel rubber-lined or PVC/polyurethane pipe launder systems, ideal for iron ore screening.

Polyurethane Screens

Multotec’s polyurethane screens are made with self-relieving apertures resulting in the unrestricted downward movement of any sized particle – eliminating pegging and blinding from your iron ore screening.

Dense Medium Cyclones

Our dense medium cyclones are cast in 27% high chrome cast iron which provides maximum wear resistance for iron ore screening in harsh operating conditions.

Sievebend Housings

We manufacture three varied dimensions of static and reversible sievebend housing units for iron ore screening. Both units are suited to polyurethane sievebends and have 3 standard dimensions, varying from 800 mm arc length to 1 600 mm arc length

Static Screens

Static screens for iron ore screening from Multotec are designed to reduce the initial load of material ahead of vibrating screens. The wetted surfaces can be polyurethane, rubber or ceramic.

Multotec will customise your screening solution according to your exact system and screening application specifications!

Our screening solutions manufacturing technique, combined with our in-depth understanding of mineral processing industry flow sheets, four decades of industry experience and dedication to research and development, ensures the best iron ore screening solution for your application.

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Iron ore screening services

Our Hawkeye™ Condition Monitoring System indicates where design changes can be made to extend component life, prompts when inspections are due and reduces your chances of unplanned downtime. This is backed by extensive field service and maintenance agreements ensuring equipment longevity and superior performance.

Contact Multotec today for your ideal Iron Ore Screening Equipment requirements and minimise your screening costs!

 

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