shaking screen

shaking screen

[′shāk·iŋ ‚skrēn]
(mechanical engineering)
A screen used in separating material into desired sizes; has an eccentric drive or an unbalanced rotating weight to produce shaking.
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Hopper screening machines - a hopper with a shaking screen is attached to a sideboom that carries it above the trench down the right of way.
Pipeline padder - a self-loading, self-propelled backfill screening machine that travels down the spoil pile on tracks, loading itself with the excavated material which is escalated to a vibrating shaking screen.
A shaker box with two simultaneous mechanical shaking screens removed litter, uncomposted organic matter, and rocks.