Any material which can be scooped up can be screened with the Flipscreen soil screener bucket. In the case of dirt, whether the material be sand, loam, or clay – if it can be passed through a screen mesh the Flipscreen screener bucket will successfully size it. FlipScreen provides a patented soil screener that is unmatched in quality and performance.
Grass and vegetation are easily separated along with rocks and other contaminants. What starts off as piles of weed infested dirt can be transformed into valuable top soil. If the material being screened is particularly sticky a purpose built roller brush can be fitted to the Flipscreen.
Many people worry about screening sticky soil such as clay. Or what happens if they are screening and it starts to rain. Well, Flipscreen has a unique brush that clears the mesh on every rotation. This keeps the mesh clear and the material screening out as you rotate the attachment. We have many customers who screen in areas with very sticky material. And also in places such as the UK where it rains very often. They are all very happy with how the Flipscreen sorts their material in these conditions.
When purchasing a Flipscreen soil screener, you will have many choices on what size mesh you want. You can screen with a mesh as small as 6 mm or as large as 300 mm. And what is even better, is changing mesh size. You can do this on-site, with one operator, no tools, and in under 5 minutes.
Some great benefits of using a Flipscreen are:
We offer a large range of soil screeners for sale. No carrier is a problem, from skid steers to loaders and excavators. We even make attachments for tractors.
You can select your carrier machine HERE to see the best attachment for you.
Or, contact Flipscreen for a custom design. We often engineer attachments for specific client demands.
With most common soil screeners. People worry about what is in the soil that they don’t know about. Their screener may not be robust enough if there is concrete or steel in the soil. This is not the case with a Flipscreen. Our screeners come from industries such as scrap metal and demolition. This means we have no problem to sort even engine blocks from the soil. With a Flipscreen, you never have to worry about what you are scooping up to screen.