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Bucket Classifier

Bucket Classifier

PICS INTERNATIONAL Bucket Classifiers ensure excellent performance by cleaning out the sand in the slow moving screw tank. Our Bucket Classifiers' low turbulence flow aids in the effortless cleaning of sand.

There Are four two of Bucket Classifier :-



The bucket classifier is the perfect piece of equipment for washing, separating silt and other pollutants, and dewatering sand after washing. It is incredibly efficient and combines the washing and dewatering processes.

Dewatering Dewatering, desliming, degritting, rinsing, scrubbing, sizing, and washing are just a few of the many uses for screens. They are made to work with granular materials including sand, gravel, crushed aggregates, frac sand, industrial sands, mineral sands, hard rock, precious metals ore, coal, iron ore, salt, and other granular materials and create a consistent drip-free product.

The larger pieces are first filtered out of the dry sand from the tertiary or quaternary crusher using an inclined vibrating screen. The sand is then combined with water in a certain proportion using a slurry pump, and the mixture is then delivered into the classifier through a feed intake that is situated below the dewatering screen. As a result, the material passes through a calm area of the bucket classifier before entering the trough.
In actuality, lighter particles tend to settle down whereas finer particles prefer to float up the water's surface due to their lower weight. The heavier sand tends to be pushed into the tub from the bottom of the classifier by the force of the incoming feed and the rotation of the bucket wheel assembly. Additionally, the sand is pushed into the bottom of the bucket wheel assembly by the screw mechanism, which operates very slowly. Classified sand is transported via the output chute thanks to the shovelling action of the bucket wheel.

  • To accomplish quick drainage, a slurry of particles and water is delivered downhill onto a screen surface that is sharply inclined.
  • As solids accumulate on the slope that pulls material upward and toward the discharge end, a pool of water forms in the valley.
  • Solids are moved upward by a linear motion produced by counter-rotating motors while water passes through the screen material in a downward direction.
  • The retention of considerably finer materials than the screen media aperture openings is made possible by the uphill slope of the screen surface and a discharge weir, which together form a deep bed that serves as a filter medium. Sand that has been dewatered flows over the end weir and empties without dripping.
  • High Capacity depending on material size and type
  • Economical in operation
  • Can produce either 1 or 2 grades of material
  • Excellent fines recovery
  • Specially designed inlet boxes which reduce urbulence at entry
  • Weir discharge system
  • Single and double grade chets
  • Slurry intake boxes