vermeer tr626 trommel screen

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Industrial screening equipment designed to fit your production needs were talking ease of maintenance, productivity and flexibility on the jobsite all backed by localized Vermeer recycling and forestry specialists. Thats some serious peace of mind. And with an extensive list of options, your trommel screen can be custom manufactured to fit your specific needs. Breathe easy and get the most out of your material with a Vermeer trommel screen operating on your jobsite. Read about our special offers now and enter your information in the spaces below for a free gift. Youve come to the right place. So relax, and do more. Have a dealer contact me Special Offers

Special offers available now! Pick your perk when you purchase a new Vermeer trommel screen. Choose either: 2% cashback offer on machine sell price, Low-interest financing up to 72 months, Extra stainless steel screens and screen brushes, or 12-month Vermeer Confidence Plus asset protection program.

The benefits go beyond the machine when you buy Vermeer. Our network of Vermeer recycling and forestry (R&F) specialists are trained to provide dependable service and support with knowledge specific to your industry and your machine. Think of your R&F specialist as an extension of your team. These individuals are personable, highly motivated problem-solvers who have the application and industry expertise to deliver practical, cost-effective and timely solutions straight to your jobsite. Theyll take care of your service needs and make sure you understand how to get the most out of your equipment to positively impact your productivity.

The benefits go beyond the machine when you buy Vermeer. Our network of Vermeer recycling and forestry (R&F) specialists are trained to provide dependable service and support with knowledge specific to your industry and your machine. Think of your R&F specialist as an extension of your team. These individuals are personable, highly motivated problem-solvers who have the application and industry expertise to deliver practical, cost-effective and timely solutions straight to your jobsite. Theyll take care of your service needs and make sure you understand how to get the most out of your equipment to positively impact your productivity.

Vermeer trommel screens are designed for efficiency. Compatible for use with a variety of loading equipment, Vermeer trommel screens are convenient to feed and make it efficient for you to handle your separated product with multiple conveyor options. Operators can control the machine through either the DP10 display mounted on the control panel, or through a handheld transceiver remote. From either control, the operator can choose from four programmable presets or adjust on the fly based on incoming material. Stress Less Five large bolts adjust a tensioning hook to allow operators to quickly change screen sizes. The ability to tension the screen around the drum allows for smaller gauge wire, thus decreasing the surface area of the screen to help improve productivity.

Vermeer trommel screens are designed for efficiency. Compatible for use with a variety of loading equipment, Vermeer trommel screens are convenient to feed and make it efficient for you to handle your separated product with multiple conveyor options. Operators can control the machine through either the DP10 display mounted on the control panel, or through a handheld transceiver remote. From either control, the operator can choose from four programmable presets or adjust on the fly based on incoming material.

Five large bolts adjust a tensioning hook to allow operators to quickly change screen sizes. The ability to tension the screen around the drum allows for smaller gauge wire, thus decreasing the surface area of the screen to help improve productivity.

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vermeer - tr626 - trommel screens - trommel screen by vermeer

With a 6/1.83 m drum and a hopper that holds 7.5 cubic yards/5.73 cubic meters, the TR626 makes short work of processing material. Access the drum through removable side panels, drum end or top of the drum. Its 125 hp/93.2 kw John Deere 4045 Tier 3 is a powerful workhouse. Impressive 72.5/22.1 m conveyor features self-cleaning tail pulley and return idlers.

The TR626 by Wildcat is the largest screening plant in the trommel screen line. With its 6'-diameter (1.8 m) drum, 7.5-cu-yd (5.7 m3) hopper and 125-hp (93.2 kW) engine, the TR626 can generate up to 200 cu yd (152.9 m3) of material per hour.Loading and processing organic and wood waste is quicker and more efficient, thanks to the units low hopper infeed height and large throat opening. The impressive 72.5'-long (22.1 m) optional radial fines conveyor can rotate 200 degrees to allow you to stockpile large amounts of material without moving the unit. As with our other machines, the TR626 features user-friendly controls and removable side panels for easy access, maintenance and cleaning.

General DimensionsWeight: 49,700 lb (22,543.5 kg)Hitch weight: 16,680 lb (7565.9 kg), (weights will vary with options)Length (transport): 54.5' (16.6 m)Width (transport): 105' (266.7 cm)Height (transport): 13.4' high (4.1 m)Length (operational): 84.4' (25.7 m)Width (operational): 105' (266.7 cm)Height (operational): 15.9' (4.9 m)Capacity200 cu yd (152.9 m3) per hr with .5' (1.3 cm) screens installed and material with moisture less than 40%EngineMake and model: John Deere 4045H Tier 3Cylinders: 4Engine rating: 125 hp (93.2 kW) @ 2400 rpm, 355 ft-lb (481.3 Nm) of torque @ 1500 rpmFuel consumption: 3.5 gph (13.2 L/h) under most operating conditionsHopper and Apron ConveyorHopper capacity: 7.5 cu yd (5.4 m3)Hopper height: 9.5' (2.9 m) from ground level at operating inclineApron conveyor impact rollers: 4' diameter (10.2 cm) (14)Screen DrumDiameter: 6' (1.8 m)Length: 26' (7.9 m)Fines ConveyorConveyor belt width: 36' (91.4 cm)Conveyor belt type: 220 lb (99.8 kg), 2-ply, 3/16' x 1/16' (4.8 mm x 1.6 mm)Conveyor belt stacking height: 16.6' (5.1 m) with drum at 4Overs ConveyorMax variable overs belt speed: 144 fpm (43.9 m/min)Conveyor belt width: 48' (121.9 cm) wide with raised crescentConveyor belt type: 220 lb (99.8 kg), 2-ply, 3/16' x 1/16' (4.8 mm x 1.6 mm)Conveyor belt stacking height: 3' 10' (.9 m 3 m)Production rates will vary with moisture content, maintenance, operator experience, site preparation among other factors.

trommel screens

trommel screens

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.

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.

how to change the screen on your vermeer trommel screen

how to change the screen on your vermeer trommel screen

Vermeer designed its line of trommel screens to help make changing screens quick and efficient. Here are a few tips to guide you through the process of swapping out screens on your Vermeer TR5300, TR5300EM, TR521, TR6400, TR626 or TR626EM trommel screens. Also, be sure to review the operators manual for complete details about the screen-changing process for your specific trommel screen model.

Inside the toolbox on your trommel screen, youll find a couple of sets of screen lift hooks and a lift chain. To help do the job, youll need those supplies, something to assist with lifting the screens, wrenches, blocks and two people.

Did you know: The efficient tension screen design on Vermeer trommel screens requires significantly fewer bolts to secure the screens to the drum than units that use rigid screens. Fewer bolts means less hardware to remove and then secure during the screen-changing process.

Before unbolting the screens, block both ends of the drum to prevent it from rolling during the screen-changing process. Once that is complete, position one person inside the drum and the other outside to attach the lift hooks at the top of the screen. Leave at least 4 inches (10 cm) from the edge of the screen. Be sure to choose the appropriate size of lift hooks for the screen openings.

Attach the supplied lift chain (or one rated for 4,700 pounds [2100 kg]) to the lift hooks and a suitable lifting device, like a hoist, overhead crane or excavator. After that is completed, loosen the five bolts from the inside the drum until the screen clamp touches the side of the lift bar. Once thats done, exit the drum and unlatch the upper J-hook end of the screen from the drum.

Next, attach the appropriately sized lift hooks to the top screen being installed, staying 4 inches (10 cm) from the edges of the screen. Then, lift the screen into position with the same chain and lift device used for removing the existing screen.

Once the screen is positioned in the open drum areas, attach the upper J-hook onto the screen clamp from the outside of the drum. You may want to use an alignment punch to help get everything into position.

Next, secure the lower-J-hook end to the fixed side of the drum, and then adjust the bolts from the inside of the drum until the screen is evenly tensioned on the drum. Check for and resolve any air gaps, remove the lift chain and lift hooks and repeat for each screen panel.

Duwayne Bonhorst, Vermeer product specialist for trommel screens, recommends swapping out all the screens on one side of the drum and then rotating the drum to the other side using the control panels jog button. Some Vermeer trommel screen owners say their team has gotten so efficient at changing screens that they sometimes do it in as little as 15 minutes per panel, he said.

So, depending on the Vermeer trommel drum model you are using, it may only take two-three hours to change out all the screens on your machine. However, Bonhorst said it might be time to consider investing in an additional drum if you are swapping out screens frequently. On some trommel screens, swapping drums can be done in less than an hour, which makes stocking an extra drum is an efficient solution for operations making material sizing adjustments regularly.

If you need additional help with changing screens on your trommel screen, give your local Vermeer dealership a call. For more information about Vermeer trommel screens, visit vermeer.com/trommel-screens.

Refer to your machines operators and/or maintenance manual for machine-specific information and safety messages. Vermeer Corporation reserves the right to make changes in product engineering, design and specifications; add improvements; or discontinue manufacturing or distribution at any time without notice or obligation. Equipment shown is for illustrative purposes only and may display optional accessories or components specific to their global region. Please contact your local Vermeer dealer for more information on machine specifications.

The Vermeer TR6450 trommel screen allows you to switch screen panels quickly, separate three different end-product sizes in one pass and adjust machine settings to adapt to material condition changes from the remote control. Lets dive further into each one.

To help you configure the efficiency of your trommel screen and get the most out of the material that youre feeding it, there are four machine settings you can adjust: the angle, the drum speed, the hopper speed and mixing screen sizes. Lets go through each one.

vermeer trommel screens - specialized screening equipment

vermeer trommel screens - specialized screening equipment

Vermeer Trommel Screens are efficient and easy to maintain. With a large hopper that is low to the ground and removable side panels, Vermeer Trommel Screens are easy to use with a variety of loading equipment.

Reversible conveyors & drums, swinging conveyors and adjustable tension screens add to the versatility and reliability of these world class pieces of equipment. Designed for use in recycling, landscape and other material separation industries.

tr626 trommel screen

tr626 trommel screen

With a 6 ft/1.83 m drum and a hopper that holds 6cubic yards/4.6 cubic meters, the TR626 makes short work of processing material. Access the drum through removable side panels, drum end or top of the drum. Its 125 hp/93.2 kw John Deere 4045 Tier 4 Finalis a powerful workhorse. Impressive 72.5 ft/22.1 m conveyor features self-cleaning tail pulley and return idlers.

With a 6 ft/1.83 m drum and a hopper that holds 6cubic yards/4.6 cubic meters, the TR626 makes short work of processing material. Access the drum through removable side panels, drum end or top of the drum. Its 125 hp/93.2 kw John Deere 4045 Tier 4 Finalis a powerful workhorse. Impressive 72.5 ft/22.1 m conveyor features self-cleaning tail pulley and return idlers.

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vermeer tr626 trommel screen - williams machinery

vermeer tr626 trommel screen - williams machinery

The Vermeer TR626 is the largest Trommel Screen in the Vermeer lineup. With a 125hp engine, a 6/1.83 m drum and a hopper that holds 6 cubic yards/4.6 cubic meters, the TR626 makes short work of processing material. Designed for separating compost, gravel, sand, light aggregate or many other materials, the TR626 is a large and powerful machine ready to tackle the biggest of jobs.

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vermeer tr626 trommel screens | recycling product news

vermeer tr626 trommel screens | recycling product news

With a 6/1.83 m drum and a hopper that holds 6cubic yards/4.6 cubic meters, the TR626 makes short work of processing material. Access the drum through removable side panels, drum end or top of the drum. Its 125 hp/93.2 kw John Deere 4045 Tier 4 Finalis a powerful workhouse. Impressive 72.5/22.1 m conveyor features self-cleaning tail pulley and return idlers.

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