ROTEX HI CLINE FERTILIZER SCREENERS

High-frequency fertilizer screening.

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Designed in collaboration with phosphatic fertilizer experts, the Hi Cline employs high-frequency vibration to rapidly separate DAP/MAP materials. Available in one- and two-deck models, the Rotex Hi Cline is the ideal solution for high-frequency fertilizer screening.
FEATURES
Ergonomic Design

Large access doors for screen changes, screen inspection and cleaning of the bottom deck.

Two-Year Warranty

Rugged vibrating motors have a two-year warranty.

Maintenance Ports

Rubber covers provide easy access to top screen.

Screen Tension Control

Easy-to-adjust tensioning rails ensure long screen life.

HOW IT WORKS

The Hi Cline was designed and built by Rotex in consultation with customers as a high-frequency screener specifically for the phosphatic fertilizer market.

High-frequency vibration is transmitted into the screen for rapid separation of material.

This same high-frequency vibration assists in blinding control and pegging of material in the screens.

The increased angle of screening allows for an increased capacity of throughput in a single machine.

 
BENEFITS

Large Product Range

The Hi Cline offers models from 60 to 150 square feet (5.6 to 13.9 square meters) of screen area in both single-deck and double-deck configurations.

Reduced Maintenance

Rubber covers allow quick and easy access to the top deck, bottom deck and large side doors, resulting in faster screen inspections and cleaning.

Built for Longevity

The Hi Cline screener carries a two-year warranty on the rugged vibrating motors, which have low energy-consumption rates.

 

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