Force of Nature
Unlike horizontal screens, which require high amounts of energy to move material, Anthem Inclined Screens take advantage of one of the cheapest, most abundant resources on earth…gravity! Typically, this allows them to deliver at lower costs per ton than horizontals.
Inclined screens operate at angles of 15° – 20° and with gravity rely on a circular motion to move material down the decks and through the media.
They generally accept a continuous feed of material well. They require more headroom than horizontal screens and are usually found in stationary applications where clearance is not an issue.
- 2 or 3-deck configurations
- Maximum material size up to 16” (406mm)
- Models from heavy scalping to fine finish
Features & Benefits
Increased spacing in our design means more room for maintenance tasks.
Segmented construction means just one laborer is needed for maintenance tasks.
A one piece, precision-forged shaft offers increased strength and allows for adjustable stroke.
Bottle Jack Lifting Points
No cranes or loaders needed for safer spring maintenance or replacement.
Hinged to prevent misplacement, these bolt-locking doors offer convenient maintenance.
Often mounted to structure with decades of service life remaining, we’ll custom build to match the existing pattern.
Anthem Inclined Screen VIDEOS
Horizontal vs Inclined Screens
Better stratification and separation
Uses oval throw to move material
60-65’ per minute (18-20m)
Heavier bed depths
More efficient (90% – 95%)
Low height for great portability
Typically more weight
Uses gravity to move material
85-100’ per minute (25-30m)
75% – 80% efficient
Usually mounted stationary