Save Up To $50,000 With Flex-Mat 3
They Finally Agree…
It’s taken a long time, but some screen box manufacturers finally agree that while polyurethane screen media achieves longer wear life, the tradeoff results in significantly reduced throughput and production when compared to wire screen cloth. This is even more so with the high-performance, self-cleaning screen media available today, such as Major Wire’s Flex-Mat® 3 tensioned and modular solutions that have been proven in more than 25,000 applications worldwide.
However, their answer is for customers to shift from 8’ x 20’ screen boxes to larger 8’ x 24’ or 8’ x 26’ sizes to achieve that lost capacity. But, this isn’t just limited to polyurethane users. For years, Major Wire has seen manufacturers and dealers selling the concept of larger screen boxes to producers that use tensioned screen media, often recommending a switch from 5’ x 16’ screen boxes to larger 6’ x 20’ screen boxes. We’ve seen the quotes in both cases, and the additional cost can run up to $50,000 or more per new screen box.
Try Flex-Mat 3 First…
Before agreeing to their leap of faith, try Flex-Mat-3 first on the top, middle and/or bottom decks and see if you still need either new or larger screen boxes. You will probably find that switching to Flex-Mat 3 delivers the results you need for a fraction of the cost.
We will even guarantee it.
Flex-Mat 3 Increases Screen Capacity
Manufactured without cross wires, creating more open area
Up to 50% more screen capacity than modular panels
Up to 30% more screen capacity than traditional woven wire
Independently vibrating wires virtually eliminate blinding, pegging and clogging
Increases material throughput by up to 40%
Contact your local Major Wire Authorized Dealer to see why Flex-Mat 3 has been proven in more than 25,000 applications. And save up to $50,000 in the process.