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Virto Group combines 3 different product lines to offer the industry’s broadest range of particle separation equipment.

C-Line vibrating sieves use single-frequency vibration technology for separation. Those circular vibrating sieves serve the needs of all standard separation requirements and offer high capacity and efficiency on fine particle separation to 500 micron. Additional cleaning devices can be added to the main body of the machine, including balls and ultra-sonic systems.

T-Line Tumbler screeners are suitable for high capacity/output and high efficiency separation to a particle size of 100 micron. The special tridimensional movement makes it particularly well-suited for “delicate” materials, also with multi –stage separation.

X-Line is a range of products based on Virto’s patented and cutting edge that allows for highly effective multi-frequency vibratory movements. Developed over 20 years of R&D, it is revolutionary in its ability to significantly increase capacity and efficiency in screening problematic materials that are very fine, sticky, abrasive or fine

X-Line sieves are differentiated by a unique mechanical device that converts single-frequency oscillations into multi-frequency movement. As a result, the acceleration that is transmitted to the mesh reaches 500G which is nearly 10,000% more than most traditional screeners that accelerate the mesh at 5G.

Advantages of X-Line equipment over traditional single-frequency machines

The advantages of X-Line equipment over traditional single-frequency machines include:

  • significant increase of screening capacity and efficiency (up to 99% screening efficiency) for previously impossible or difficult to screen materials (eg; sticky, wet, fine or abrasive materials);
  • significant reduction/eradication of waste;
  • reduction of energy consumption;
  • creation of new revenue streams;
  • increase of screen mesh lifetime, and more.

Take a look at our screening equipment or visit our case study database.