In transit – Ian Laws considers advances in design methods for vibrating screens used in coal processing world coal

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Vibrating systems have been Joest's core capability for more than eighty years. Developing the optimum combination of vibratory drive systems and machines can provide the basis for practice proven solu- tions, whilst continuous R&D enables the company to adapt to the increased demands of industries throughout the world.

Whilst Joest vibrating equipment has been manufactured in Australia under a licensed agreement for 17 years, Joest Australia commenced its own operations in Australia in 2001, with the head office based in Welshpool, Western Australia. This has been ideal for providing the com- pany's service to the fast growing mining industry in this region.

Since commencing Australian operations, Joest machines, including large banana screens, grizzly screens and trough feeders, have been supplied to mining, quarrying and foundry applications within Australia and the region. Recently Joest Australia made its first export to China of two large double deck vibrating screens to handle raw coal for a green new coal mining project in the Shaanxi Province of China.

These are amongst the largest vibrating design tools like finite element analysis screens built to date. This has only been (FEA) technologies, which are now avail- possible due to advances in sophisticated able to the engineers. The Chinese design institute selected joest screens based on its need for very wide machines to suit the application.

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