Evaluating Screening Performance

Screening is a complex task that requires sophisticated machinery, and evaluating performance begins with identifying and analyzing an operational objective. In light of this, what are the best practices for evaluating performance?
An optimized screener is designed with the consideration of countless variables, and evaluating performance begins with identifying an operational objective. This objective is often the production of a single product through the removal of oversize or fines particles (or both), and can sometimes be several products through grading with a multiple-deck screener. Given the many factors that go into screener design, how does a company find the right balance? More importantly, what are the best practices for evaluating screening performance?
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