Rent a mobile dirt, topsoil screen or gravel screen.
Let’s make this simple. You’ve already decided you need a screener to process your material. Follow 6 simple steps for a good screener rental experience.
Your local screening expert knows his equipment inside out. Make sure to bring him out to the pile to inspect the material at hand and discuss all your applications thoroughly.
If you can't use your screened material you haven't achieved anything. Make sure you find a solution that fits your production and material quality needs.
The screen media used can make a difference between a 200 TPH and 300 TPH.
There is not much to do while running a screener other than making sure bolts are tight and screen media is clean.
Screening wet material will slow down your production and may even cause carry over.
If you are a first time renter ask your local screening expert to dial in the machine for your material and don't mess with the settings afterwards.
You can pick-up the screener or RUBBLE MASTER can arrange the transport. The screener needs to be returned pressure washed.
Please allow for some extra time to get the right screen installed and speciality screen media ordered.
You are responsible for checking and ensuring screen media is tight and belts track right.