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  • Vibratory Screener

    October 28, 2008

    The Omni-Screener produces superior control and classifying results in bulk material processing applications. Material moves in a spiral flow from a central in-feed point, developing extended residence time for near-size particles. Units can have multiple deck surfaces for variable screening, while...

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  • Centrifugal Sifter

    October 28, 2008

    The KEK cantilever-design centrifugal sifter provides excellent size reduction for a variety of applications including classification, deagglomeration, bulk conditioning, scalping, in-line sifting, policing raw material, de-watering, reclaiming damaged product, and de-dusting of reground product....

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  • Screener

    October 28, 2008

    The Apex screener comes standard with the same features found on the Rotex screener including gyratory-reciprocating motion, positive screen cleaning, bouncing balls to reduce blinding, and inlet/outlet connections. However, the Apex is enhanced with side-access doors to enable efficient screen...

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  • Rotary Drum Screen

    October 28, 2008

    This self-cleaning rotary drum screen separates solid debris from wastewater at high rates with low-energy usage. The unit contains a rotating cylinder constructed of wedge wire screen with a stationary doctor blade on the outside of the cylinder and an internal spray line. Effluent discharges from...

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  • Mettler-Toledo Safeline Launches Educational Web Site

    October 14, 2008

    Mettler-Toledo Safeline, a leader in metal detection and x-ray inspection equipment, has launched an improved educational Web site designed to share information, solutions, and ideas about detecting physical contaminants in products spanning a number of industries. The site, www....

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  • Vibratory Screener

    October 7, 2008

    The Omni-Screener produces superior control and classifying results in bulk material processing applications. Material moves in a spiral flow from a central in-feed point, developing extended residence time for near-size particles. Units can have multiple deck surfaces for variable screening, while...

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  • Drive Head Service Program from Rotex Global LLC Provides Fast Repair/Replacement Response

    September 30, 2008

    To minimize costly downtime, the Drive Head Service Program from Rotex Global LLC, provides fast response to the customer’s screener drive head repair or replacement needs and a full two-year warranty on reconditioned drives. Every reconditioned drive head operating under normal conditions...

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  • Screening, Classifying, & Separation Focus - October 08

    September 29, 2008

    Classifier The Alpha classifier was developed for the production of fine products from 150 down to 6 µm and is especially suited for dry powders—both mineral and chemical. Depending on the fineness required, this equipment can be fed by...

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  • Protecting Product Purity

    September 26, 2008

    By Kent Potter Bunting Magnetics Co. Kent Potter Foreign matter are dirty words in the food production industry. Meticulous detail must be maintained throughout production and...

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  • Sieve-Testing Standards, Certification, and Calibration

    September 26, 2008

    By Arthur Gatenby Mesh-certified sieve Sieving in its most elemental definition is the separation of fine material from coarse material by means of a meshed or perforated surface. The...

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