Vibratory Screeners & Vibrating Sieves
High-capacity vibrating screener & sieve machines for improving product quality and purity
The Russell Compact Sieve® range of round vibratory screens removes all oversized contamination and is ideal for high capacity safety screening of powders and liquid slurries. These vibratory sieves fit neatly into production lines, providing considerable screening capacity without requiring excessive headroom. Its innovative design means these screeners are less than half the height of a traditional sieving machine. A wide range of sizes and options means the machine can be tailored to suit your exact needs.
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Features & Benefits
Improve your product purity - Eliminate oversized material from your powders and liquids
Increase your production - These vibratory screeners achieve a higher throughput per unit mesh area compared to conventional vibrating screens
Reduce your down-time - Can be easily stripped down and cleaned without tools
Eliminate dust and fumes - Enclosed sanitary screening means total containment
Fits into smaller spaces - These vibrating screens can fit easily into existing installations and areas of limited headroom
Lowers noise levels - A solid rubber suspension gives the machine a quiet operation - typically as low as 70dBA
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Frequently Asked Questions:
What are the uses of an industrial vibratory sieve?
Vibratory sieves are widely used in the processing industries as an efficient way of protecting ingredients and end-products from contamination and lumps. Industrial vibratory screeners are generally made of a single deck containing a mesh which is used for screening out oversize, agglomerates and foreign bodies from liquids and powder. The motor attached to the screen uses an out of balance force to create vibration, which sends the materials through the mesh.
Is a sieve and strainer the same thing?
While the word sieves and screens can be used interchangeably, sieves and strainers are not the same thing. Generally sieves can be used to screen powders and liquids, while the term strainer (also referred to as filtration) is more commonly used when referring to screening liquids or slurries.
What’s difference between circular and linear vibratory sieves?
The difference between circular and linear vibratory sieves are the way in which the machines are shaped and the motion they use to move materials through the mesh. In linear machines, the back and forth motion allows for powders to move linearly during the sieving process and are not typically used for liquid applications. Round screeners use a circular vibratory motion and are suited to both liquid and powder applications. While both linear and circular sieves use vibration to process materials, circular screening machines tend to be smaller in size and more hygienic in design, making them easier to fit into processing lines, improving process efficiencies, allow more sanitary screening and reducing labor costs.