Our patent-pending Anthem Inclined Screen includes a number of distinguishing features that set it apart from competitor models. Bottle jack lifting points provide operators a safer setting for spring replacement. Hinged access doors prevent material spillage by sealing access holes and the hinges ensure the doors are never misplaced. Segmented belt guards and drive guards require only one person to remove and return during maintenance. Backed by the industry’s first two-year standard warranty, the Anthem Inclined Screen is available as a stand alone unit or configured on a screening plant.
Bottle Jack Lifting Points
The Anthem Inclined Screen features bottle jack lifting points that simplify your spring replacement. The lifting points for changing out springs are in each of the four corners of the screen, a design exclusive to Superior. This allows you to simply put a bottle jack in and raise up, requiring only six to eight bolts to remove and slide out the old springs. This maintenance convenience eliminates the need for a crane or bucket loader, allowing you to replace the springs quickly and safely.
A fully enclosed, segmented belt guard offers safer operation and easier access for maintenance. Belt guards are typically very large and heavy, making them difficult to replace alone or without the aid of heavy machinery. The belt guard is segmented into five pieces with no piece being heavier than 50 pounds. This segmentation speeds up your replacement process.
|Model||Double Deck||Triple Deck||Quad Deck|
|Left hand drive|
|Special length discharge lips|
|Rubber housing protection|
|Spray system and manifold|
|3/8″ thick AR steel side liners|