Industrial screening equipment designed to fit your production needs
Vermeer trommel screens were designed for efficiency and ease of maintenance. The large feed hopper sits low to the ground, making it easy to feed material into the screening drum with a variety of loading equipment.
- Removable side panels expose the full length of the drum screen, providing for easy maintenance and cleaning.
- Put the finished product where you need it – loading directly into a truck or stockpiling using the optional radial stacking conveyor on select models that swings a full 200 degrees.
- Avoid jams with both the drum and feed conveyor being reversible.
- With the ability to tension the screen around the drum, operators can add rigidity to the screens. This design allows the use of smaller gauge wire, ultimately increasing the open area of the screen to help improve productivity
Vermeer trommel screens are designed to minimize setup time and be easy and convenient to service. With an extensive list of options these machines can be manufactured to fit your specific needs.
Model Engine Rating Capacity TR5300 74 hp (55 kW) @ 2600 rpm and 181 ft-lb (245.4 Nm) of torque @ 1600 rpm 100 cu yd (76.5 m3) per hr with .5" (12.7 mm) screens installed and material with moisture less than 40% TR521 120 hp Approximately 150 cu yd (114.7 m³) per hr with .5" (1.3 cm) screens installed and material with moisture less than 40% TR620 120 hp 180 cu yd (137.6 cu m) per hour with 0.5" (1.3 cm) screens installed and material with moisture less than 40% TR626 134 hp (93.2 kW) @ 2400 rpm, 398 ft-lb (531.6 Nm) of torque @ 1600 rpm Approximately 200 cu yd (152.9 cu m) per hour with .5" (1.3 cm) screens installed and material with moisture less than 40%
How to adjust the brushes on the TR5300 Trommel Screen
Introducing the Vermeer TR5300 Trommel Screen
Outfitted with a 74 hp (55 kW) Deutz TD 2.9L Tier 4 Final (EU Stage IV) engine, the powerful Vermeer TR5300 trommel screen delivers a drum speed of 0–24 rpm to handle multiple material types.