Fragment size is based on screening comb distance, according to ALLU.
ALLU TS drum used on its Transformer screener crusher attachments has screening blades that spin between screening combs. The space between the combs determine product size.
Updated blade structure promises increased levels of versatility, efficiency, and productivity, according to the company.
TS drums are available with two different blade types: standard blades for screening and axe blades for crushing or shredding. Fragment size is based on screening comb distance, which is easy to change between screening jobs for more versatile processing. The latest development to the ALLU TS assembly enables a greater number of fragment sizes from same unit. The single blade setup positions two or three blades in a single position, with a screening comb between every blade. Operators can now double or even triple the blades and combs, allowing up to three times more fragment size variations from 8mm up to 105mm.