The BCD series water classifier is highly economical. This classifier consumes less power for running which reduce total running cost of the customers. Less cost installation with improved quality products benefits the customer to increase the profit.
LESS POWER DRIVE
The BCD series water classifier runs at less power. Less power motor is used for driving the BCD series water classifier for slow rotation of the dewatering wheel and spirals. This reduces the initial cost of the classifier, and less power consumption reduces total running cost. Less power motor and slow running are both safety features of the BCD series water classifier.
The dewatering screen is driven by electric unbalanced motors which are highly efficient to produce vibrations for continuous flow of materials. Bidirectional rotation of counterweights of two vibromotors produces better performance of dewatering. Highly efficient vibromotors result in effective dewatering which improves product quality. Thus higher productivity is obtained within less working time.
The speed of the motor is reduced by a highly efficient heavy and rugged planetary gear box system which has less maintenance. The compactness of this system makes the drive of the classifier simple and efficient. This gear box has a long life span and less downtime. Accurate speed of the spiral improves the classification and dewatering bucket rotation causes more products to be transported thereby increasing productivity.