Japan Vibrating Screen Market Is Projected To Account For 5.2% CAGR | Says FMI
Sales in the global vibrating screen market are slated to top US$ 1.37 Bn in 2022. Expanding at a healthy 7.6% CAGR, the market size is projected to total US$ 2.3 Bn by 2028. The South Asia vibrating screen market is projected to hold approximately 11.5% of the market share in 2022, as per FMI.
The polyurethane vibrating screens assure noise-abated operations as they have a high vibration-absorbance. They offer screening processes with an efficacy of about 2-5 times that of the usual vibrating screen and load-handling capacity of about twice that of a rubber sieve.
Vibrating screens made of polyurethane materials are ideal for grading, dehydration and processing of coal, iron ore, gold and other minerals on account of their ability to separate most of the materials from coarse stones to granular materials, making them a perfect fit for both dry and wet materials. Further, various industries such as, wood processing, construction aggregate, recycling, and iron and steel producing, are cherry-picking polyurethane vibrating screens owing to their high durability.
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However, the demands for vibrating screens is set to tumble slightly in the upcoming years due to their long life-cycle, requiring lesser maintenance, and high capital investments. Additionally, fatal accidents happening at mining sites resulting in huge number of morbidities are compelling miners to drop out from mining exploration activities, which will impede the growth of the vibrating screen market.
Upswing in mining processes to suffice the requirement for precious metals and hard rock minerals as well as in construction activities to build infrastructure assets is the messiah of pain points of the global vibrating screen market, suggests FMI. On the contrary, the growth trail will get hindered by tumbling mining operations on grounds of environmental amendments to curb carbon footprint and high attrition rate among miners due to on-site adversaries.
Vibrating screens have been hitting the mark with innovations over the years as sieving equipment in grading and screening of the required material, which would have been otherwise impossible. FMI’s study suggests that major market players are including add-ons to the existing and new equipment for better screening efficacy and elongated life-cycle.
Demand for Circular Vibrating Screens in Mining Industry to See an Upturn
Circular vibrating screens are inundating more than half of the market revenues, as per FMI’s study. The mining industry, including coal mines, and quarrying sites, is leveraging circular vibrating screens owing to their ability to classify materials with large specific gravity, large particles and great rigidity. The exciter of circular vibrating screens is mounted above the center of gravity of the screen box and the upper tip of elliptical long axis of the feeding end is positioned towards the leakage direction, which results in higher processing capacity per unit time than that of its linear counterpart.
On the flip side, the complexity of shakers and fast-rate rotation of the two shafts in linear vibrating screens imply high fueling demands. Further, the FMI’s study finds that linear vibrating screens are chiefly utilized for classification of fine particles, light weight, and low stiffness materials, making them suitable for industries such as, building materials, chemical, and pharmaceutical.
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Manufacturers showing Stauncher Inclination toward Direct Drive System
As per the FMI’ report, adoption of direct drive system in vibrating screen accounts for more than 50% of the market revenues owing to the absence of gearboxes and belts in the design, which results in lesser wear and tear between the components. The direct drive system is cost-efficient as the moving parts in the operation and framework are less complicated. For noise abatement, the direct drive system comes up with simple arrangement and lesser moving components which may vibrate during mechanism.
Furthermore, the reduced number of kinetic parts prevent easy loss of energy due to friction, enabling better efficacy, improved accuracy and increased life-cycle of the vibrating screen components. The indirect drive system, on the other hand, is subjected to friction between constituents including, gears, couplers, and pulleys, implying decreased efficiency and precision.