Finding the right tool for screening is always a difficult one; they always break down, are difficult to move, and the ones that can fulfill those needs fail in efficiency, leaving you with a perpetual pile-up of material needing to be processed. Flip Screen found this problem and has dedicated itself to revolutionizing the screening process and applications. Focusing on creating the best products possible, we flip the competition out, creating innovative screening technology that is portable, productive, and profitable. Our dedication has allowed us to exponentially grow into 41 countries while receiving praise for our revolutionary, multi-award-winning, high-volume screening bucket.
Our mission is to help industries increase their productivity and efficiency through screening; minimizing the impact to our planet by salvaging and reusing materials that would otherwise be lost.
The Flip Screen attaches to your current skid steer, excavator, wheel loader, backhoe, or telehandler using a quick connect or custom hitch we manufacture for you. It will inexpensively and efficiently sort and recover almost any material onsite, making it perfect for industries such as civil works, construction, demolition, steel recycling, skip bins, waste transfer, quarries, mining, landscaping, and many more. No vibrating or shaking means the Flip Screen’s smooth rotating design is easy on your equipment and very productive.
Although our compact screens have surprisingly high screening areas, one person can change any screen on a single carrier without tools in under 5 minutes as they move from job site to job site. Our durable screen meshes are long-wearing and come in sizes ranging from 1/4-inch to 12-inch.
Flip Screens are designed and manufactured in Australia and sold worldwide. North American countries are served from Dallas, Texas offices and a warehouse that is fully-stocked with most Flip Screen models, parts, and extra screens.
Call us at 469-892-2050 to learn more.
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