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Latest recycling screens from WSM ideal for bark, compost, hog fuel, mulch, sawdust and wood chips

WSM trommel screen

Salem, Oregon-based West Salem Machinery's (WSM) full range of screening machines each include a wide range of options.

Trommel screens

WSM's Titan Trommel Screens combine proprietary design and fabrication innovations to deliver superior screening performance with capacities up to 500 cubic yards per hour. Multiple product separations possible.  Typical materials processed include bark, compost, hog fuel, mulch, sawdust, and wood chips

Disc screens

WSM's Disc Screens are ideal for high volume material classification. Low speed, smooth operation eliminates the need for special support structures and the space saving design reduces installation costs.  Sizes and configurations available with screening capacities up to 600 tons per hour.  Typical materials processed include bark, biomass, hog fuel, mulch, sawdust/shavings, and wood chips.

Oscillating screens

WSM's Oscillating Screens provide precise classification while offering proven performance and reliable, low maintenance operation in demanding applications.  Screen area sizes ranging for 5' x 5' to 10' x 20' and screening capacities for 8 to 80 units per hour.  Typical materials processed include animal bedding, bark, board furnish, mulch, sawdust/shavings, and wood chips. 

Vibrating screens

WSM's full line of severe duty Vibrating Screens utilize power springs to reduce horsepower requirements and operating costs. Heavy duty construction provides a reliable, long operating life.  Pan widths from 12" to 72" and lengths from 10' to 50'. Customized sizes available to handle specific applications.  Typical materials processed include bark, LVL/plywood trim, mulch, pellets, sawdust/shavings, and urban wood.

Company info

P.O. Box 5288
665 Murlark Ave. NW
Salem, OR
US, 97304

Website:
westsalem.com

Phone number:
800-722-3530

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