This is the No. 1 sifter for mills boasting overwhelming support from customers. It is a hanging-type square sieve for sorting particulate raw materials, milled products, etc. It is made from special light alloy material of outstanding durability, and the side and rear panels are three-layered panels sandwiching an insulating layer which prevents condensation on the inside. The shaking mechanism relies on an internal motor and a balance weight which shakes the sieve in a horizontal circular motion deploying a free-swing method. Up to 20 - 30 sieve frames can be stacked in the compartments in four models with 2, 4, 6 or 8 compartments, and the sieve can be set at up to eight levels.
This is a high-precision sifter for mass processing all kinds of granulated substances. It can sort particulate raw materials, milled products, etc., into to two to four types. It can streamline the sieving process, boost capacity, reduce running costs, etc., ensuring stable, safe product quality management.
This is a compact machine capable of sifting a variety of granulated substances, including flour, livestock feed, foods, chemicals, medicines and plastics. It can sort particulate raw materials, milled products, etc., into to two to four types. The sieve is made of aluminum making it durable, resistant to temperature changes, and airtight. It is also resistant to grime and allows washing in water for greater hygiene during use.
This machine separates the endosperm from the inside of the wheat bran. Raw material fed into the top of the machine is thrown against the peripheral screen by the rotating beater to separate the endosperm from the bran. The bran is discharged by a bearing beater. The separated endosperm goes through the screen and is discharged through the lower hopper.
This machine sifts particulate matter that is difficult to sift. A beater (impellers) rotates inside a vibrating cylindrical sieve, and the raw material is thrown against the inside of it to sift the material as it is fed into the sieve in a vortex. Fine powder which passes through the sieve is collected in the rapidly vibrating lower hopper, and coarse material is discharge from the end of the cylindrical sieve.
This is the latest model after repeated improvements were made to it. The numerous improvements have boosted semolina extraction to the highest standard. It is a vibratory motor type that is easily maintained. The flow rate can also be managed digitally.