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Rubber Tension Screen

Rubber has very good properties for high abrasive and impact resistance as well as noise reduction, which makes it a great product for pre-screening, scalping and on primary screeners, especially when screening materials with high percentage of large rocks or significant drop height.

As polyurethane screens, they have conical apertures, making screening faster and more productive.

They are classified into: tension screens, which make it easy to replace metallic meshes; and flat screen panels, manufactured with different metallic reinforcement to fit any machine.



  • It is highly recommended in pre-screeners and primary screens.
  • Its use is also recommended when the screening surface is enough for the production needed.
  • Long-lasting, use in dry and wet screening.
  • Easy to install.
  • Minimum obstruction due to the conicity and flexibility of its apertures.




  • Quality: abrasion-resistant.
  • Colour: black.
  • Flat surface.
  • Noise reduction.

Rubber Modular System Flat screen panel

  • Rubber panel on flat bar frame reinforcement
    Hot-vulcanised rubber on welded flat bar frame. 15 – 100mm. Thickness (Fig. A).


  • Rubber panel on L profile frame reinforcement
    Hot-vulcanised rubber on welded L profile steel frame. 30 – 100mm. Thickness (Fig. B).


  • Rubber panel on perforated steel plate reinforcement
    Hot-vulcanised rubber on perforated steel plate reinforcement. 20 – 100mm. Thickness (Fig. C).


  • Rubber panel Gomacord
    Vulcanized rubber on Steel frame with ridder bars. (Fig. D).

Rubber Modular System Pin and Sleeve

In this system you secure the PU panels with a pin, which bends the sleeves on the panel and fixes the panel to the deck. There are many different variations on this system like flat panels with sleeve accessories.

Made according to the same quality standards as the rubber flat screen panel.

Rubber Modular System Rubber-PU combination

As already said, rubber has high impact resistance and screens coarse material with sharp edges better than polyurethane. If you need to screen this kind of material with a modular system we’ve adapted the Indalo system to have rubber surface and PU base.

Screening Tromels

Tromels are constructed in a cylindrical or conical form, with an outer metal structure and rubber coated curved metal plates, that are usually perforated with round holes and bolted to the metal structure.

The twists are arranged with a tilt of between 10 and 20% to promote the moving forward of the material to be classified through gravity. The interleaved blades also help the material to be sorted.

These tromels can rotate about a central axis while the most used are those driven by an axle with tires placed externally

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