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INNOVATIVE SCREEN MEDIA SOLUTIONS

As screen media specialists, Elastomers Australia’s sole focus is to provide customised solutions to optimise screening efficiency and reduce overall capital and maintenance costs.

We manufacture tailored screen media products ideally suited to specific mineral processing applications. They also help to reduce wear and tear on machinery and equipment.

Our broad range of specialist products are designed and manufactured in Australia.  Utilising innovative techniques and processes from an innovative range of customised raw materials, our focus is to help produce the most cost-effective outcomes for our customers.

Materials include, but are not limited to:

  • endurolast (polyurethane compounds)
  • armalast (rubber compounds)
  • elastanium (wedge wire compounds)
  • prime impact (stainless steel and alloy compounds)
  • Hard Chrome
  • Woven Wire
  • Composite materials

These materials are used to develop screen media products in different sizes, apertures, shapes, composites and thickness to suit the required application. Products include:

  • Standard Aperture, Endless Aperture and Open Cast modules
  • Wear and impact liners
  • Static screen media
  • Cross Tension screens
  • Trommel Screens
  • Sieve bend screen media
  • ElastoScreen® range

Our screen media can be tailored to suit a range of machinery and common fixing systems such as pin and bolt-on systems, as well as Elastomers Australia’s range of screen media systems including ElastoLok®, ElastoFlex®, ElastoRail-Lok®, ElastoTrommel®, ElastoKey-Lok®, Sieve Bend systems and Static Screen systems.

Importantly, our extensive range of purpose-built fixing systems and associated accessories are designed to protect equipment, reduce downtime and minimise overall costs associated with screen machine repairs.

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Let’s discuss your screen media requirements

Want to find out more about improving safety and productivity while extending the life of your screen media? Let’s chat today.