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Our patented, award-winning screening attachments are built to suit any machine!
Before purchasing a screening bucket, be sure to ask these questions:
With other attachments, the scooped material will spill through the bucket. The FlipScreen’s base is like that of a standard bucket which is watertight. This enables the operator to drive around the site with a full load without spilling.
The operator unlatches the load binders on the mesh. Then enters the machine again, and activates the hydraulics, releasing the old mesh. The operator then moves the bucket to the new mesh. And on operating the hydraulics, rotates the new bucket on. You then secure it.
We build FlipScreens using durable, high-grade seals. This enables them to screen underwater, changing it from a screener into a mobile wash plant.
FlipScreens can. Using high tensile steel and a revolutionary action. This enables reinforced steel to remain within the confines of the bucket. Other screening attachments struggle to achieve this. And buckets with internal moving shafts find the entanglement of reinforced steel catastrophic.
FlipScreens are being used worldwide to clear landmines and unexploded ordnance (UXO). With a 100% demining rate.
FlipScreen has the largest screening surface area of its class. Which explains the high volume screening rates. For example, a WL180 wheel loader screening bucket has a screen surface area of 73.2 square feet (6.8 square meters). Every 2.5 seconds, the material travels the whole area of the mesh.
The FlipScreen can break into the unexcavated ground. Some other screening buckets can damage the attachment. Or distort the inner barrel. This could be down to operator error but is, in fact, the result of poor design. This saves time as there is no need to take off the attachment. And rather use rippers and standard buckets to separately stockpile the material.
Our patented action lifts material as it is being screened, then flips it onto the rear mesh. Enabling the operator to break up material if required, or tip the remaining lumps. Other screening attachments are either excellent at rock breaking and very little else. Or in the case of “washing machine” types, it cannot break up material.
FlipScreens have replaced hundreds of “portable screening plants” worldwide in the scrap industry. FlipScreens excel in harsh environments. Screening out engine blocks, ship anchors and even crusher plates.
The standard mesh range for FlipScreens is between 6 mm and 300mm (1/4″ to 12″). We design custom meshes on demand for particular applications.
By replacing the mesh with a mixing plate. FlipScreen’s inward spiraling action converts it into a concrete mixer.
Yes. With our revolutionary, “plug and play” smart valve. It enables the attachment to switch between carriers. And without hydraulic alterations to the carrier machine. This saves time and costs. Enabling “incorrect” pressures and flows while maintaining correct speed and action. Without any negative effects on the FlipScreen or carrier machine. The result is ramping up to the correct speed and torque and ramping down smoothly to zero. All controlled by the smart valve.
With over 26 models, we can be certain that each combination is within safe working tolerance. Without overloading the carrier.
Other than the mini FlipScreens, all units come with a reversible, bolt-on cutting edge. This means you can fit new cutting edges in the field. Without needing to cut out the old one and weld in a new one. Most screening buckets do not have this feature.
When using a FlipScreen on an excavator, the attachment feels much like a standard bucket. When used on Loaders, the operator can also see through to the cutting edge. The base is like that of a standard bucket, as it is watertight. This enables the operator to drive around the site with a full load without spilling.
No. The FlipScreen is empty, relying on the external shape to carry out its functions. The rule of thumb is that if you can scoop it up, you can FlipScreen it. Some screening attachments have many moving internal parts. This produces a high wearing environment prone to fouling, jamming, and tangling.
Yes. FlipScreen is outstanding as a blender. Whether it is with a normal mesh or with the mixing plate attached. The unique, flipping action ensures that material combines thoroughly.
Yes. Ours can load trucks whether straight into the truck or dumping like a standard bucket. Other screening attachments are not suited for this. They start to spill as soon as they scoop material, ruling them out as a loading bucket.
FlipScreen is a patented innovation like no other screening solution in the market. The FlipScreen has won many industry innovation awards due to its unique design. Other screening attachments have many manufacturers/copies. Many of which are poorly fabricated in third world countries.
• It is quieter to operate with internal hopper liners and hydraulic cylinder actuated ratchets.
• Bolt-on hitch.
• More powerful drives capable of 23200 Nm verses 9750Nm in current machines.
• Direct drive creates even smoother action.
• Integrated braking system.
• More steel where it is needed and less where it is not.
• No service or greasing daily
• Service period is 1500 hours (oil change in final drive).
• No chains to service.
• Stainless steel bearings requiring no service.
• The machine is lighter.
• The hitch is closer to the cutting edge, making it more compact to operate.
Smart Valve – allows for any hydraulic flow and pressure without modification of the carrier. This has been designed by Flip Screens R&D team. And is a revolution in hydraulic attachments. Invented by Flipscreen Australia, July 2012.
You can change screen size on-site. With no tools, and using only 1 operator in under 5 minutes. Mesh sizes vary from smaller than 6.3mm to larger than 300mm.
A FlipScreen screening bucket is limitless in terms of material.
From Corrosive materials to landmines, to digging fresh ground and working underwater.
If you can scoop it, you can screen it!
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