Helical Disc For Use In A Disc Screen

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United States of America Patent

APP PUB NO 20160318071A1
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14809238

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A disc for use in a disc screen is disclosed that creates an “intended space”—i.e., the designed space through which material is intended to pass—that undulates in both directions in the plane defined by the screen's rotatable shafts. The disc design includes a major axis that is rotated along the length of the shaft, creating a helical ridge. The ridge is continuous and non-stepwise, thereby avoiding the “pinch” of the prior art designs. And by having the helical ridge of adjacent discs on the same shaft with opposing rotations, the lateral movement of material may alternate along the length of the shaft—further spreading the material throughout the width of the disc screen and increasing the screen's efficiency.

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CP MANUFACTURING INC6795 CALLE DE LINEA SAN DIEGO CA 92154

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Davis, Nicholas San Diego, US 13 22

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