Saturday, December 19, 2015

Good Helper for Soybean Classification --Linear Vibrating Screen

The soybean (US) or soya bean (UK) (Glycine max)[2] is a species of legume native to East Asia, widely grown for its edible bean which has numerous uses. The plant is classed as one of the main oilseed by the UN Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO).
Soybean is oval and sphere with yellow, light green, black and so on. The most common uses of soybeans are to do all kinds of bean products, extract soybean oil, ferment soy sauce and extract protein. Soybean residues or soybean meals are commonly used for livestock feed. Linear vibrating screen can play a powerful role in soybean classification and seed selection.

Linear vibrating screen for soybean classification adopts double vibration motor drive. When two motors are synchronous and counter rotating, exciting forces produced by eccentric block in the parallel and motor axis direction are offsetting. And the forces in the vertical and motor axis direction overlay a joint force, so that the motion carve of linear vibrating screen is a straight line. There is a angle between two motor axes and screen surface. The soybeans are thrown up and jump forward to do linear motion under exciting force and the gravity of soybeans. Oversized and undersized soybeans with different specifications discharge from respective outlets to achieve the purpose of screening and grading.
linear vibrating screen

We use screen with two layers to illustrate the soybean classification. The first layer is used for removing sundries in soybeans, and then the soybeans fall into the second layer. Oversized run to the outlet along with the vibrating force, and undersized impurities discharge from the third layer.
Linear vibrating screen for soybean classification has features of high quality, large capacity, stable operation, easy to operate and maintenance, fully enclosed structure, non dust overflow and so on. It is widely used in screening dry powder and granule materials in chemical, food, plastic, medicine, metallurgy, glass, construction, grain, fertilizer, abrasive, ceramics industries, etc.

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