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NEW DEISTER TWO-MASS ELECTROMECHANICAL VIBRATING FEEDER

Posted on Sunday, February 08, 2015

For Immediate Release! AGG 1 – Booth #2223 NEW DEISTER TWO-MASS ELECTROMECHANICAL VIBRATING FEEDER DELIVERS CONTROL OVER HIGH-CAPACITY FEED RATES & LOWER COSTS PER TON FORT WAYNE, IN -  Deister Machine Company, Inc. announces the latest addition to its heavy-duty and innovative line of screening, scalping, and feeding equipment – the New Deister (EMF-Series) Two-Mass Electromechanical Vibrating Feeder, which is designed to allow greater control over high-capacity feed rates and productivity, while lowering costs per ton in a wide variety of rugged aggregate, mining and mineral applications. The new Deister EMF Series is engineered with a variety of features that deliver greater day-to-day reliability and ease of maintenance. Units incorporate a high-profile infeed lip; and a heavy-duty formed deck with replaceable liners. A simplified drive is designed with an easy-access exciter frame, which houses the single vibrator motor. This results in higher bearing life, and also eliminates the need to replace belts. Additionally, units feature energy-efficient pre-compressed steel transmission springs; and heavy-duty spring isolation assemblies for suspension or support mounting. Available in a wide range of deck sizes and capacities, the Deister EMF Series is backed with 24/7 parts and service support; stocked American-made parts; and a global network of dealers. Deister also offers customization and expedited deliveries. Deister will be launching its EMF Series of feeders at AGG 1 to be held in Baltimore  from March 17-19, 2015. Deister personnel will be in Booth #2223 to outline the advantages of the new Deister EMF-Series  Two-Mass Electromechanical Vibrating Feeders. As a family-owned business celebrating more than century of manufacturing excellence, Deister Machine Company remains a customer-focused leader in the aggregate and mining industries. 

New Ultra-Fines Recovery Systems for Mine & Quarry Applications

Posted on Thursday, September 27, 2012

Press Contact: Carol Wasson JCL Marketing, Inc. 260-755-3479 carolwasson@hotmail.com Marketing Contact: Joe Schlabach Deister Machine Company, Inc. 260-426-7495 joes@deistermachine.com DEISTER INTRODUCES NEW ULTRA-FINES RECOVERY SYSTEM FOR REDUCED SETTLING POND USE IN MINE & QUARRY APPLICATIONS FORT WAYNE, IN – SEPT 24, 2012 – Deister Machine Company introduces its new Ultra-Fines Recovery System (UFR), which is designed to recover ultra-fine sands & silts in quarry applications; or to recover tailings in various mining applications, allowing operations to eliminate or greatly reduce the use of maintenance-intensive settling ponds. As a far more cost-efficient alternative to the use of costly plate filter presses, for example, the Deister Ultra-Fines Recovery System enables producers to create a dry tailing or silt product which can be stockpiled prior to removal, or used as a saleable product.   The Deister UFR System is capable of recoveries to 350-400 mesh, and at feed capacities from 1500-3500 GPM. It utilizes a radial distribution manifold for even distribution of solids to all cyclones. The reverse slope vibrating screen is available in sizes up to 7’ wide and 12’ long, with solids capacities up to 70 TPH.   The UFR System Cyclones are available with a variety of liner and body materials. Victaulic connections allow flexibility and ease of maintenance. Optional “Duck Bills” can be attached to the cyclone apex with siphon control to accommodate variable feed solids conditions. The sump is constructed with heavily reinforced ¼” walls and wide flange beam vertical columns.    A sloped bottom plate promotes even solids flow to the pump inlet and an automatically adjusted make-up water valve protects the pump. A sturdy hand railed stairway and platform on both sides and back of the screen allow for safe and easy maintenance access; and several pump configurations are available mounted on a steel frame base pad.