High Rates Claimed with Sanitary Screener

21 December 2007

Kason Corporation Europe’s sanitary screener employs two unbalanced-weight gyratory motors, mounted on opposing exterior sidewalls of the unit, to reduce minimum height requirements. Mounted on suspension brackets, the design is also claimed to allow vertical alignment of the top inlet and bottom outlet so on-size material can descend through the screen, in a straight-through path, at high rates into mobile vessels on the plant floor.

Oversize material is ejected through a spout at the periphery of the screen.

The 610mm diameter, Vibroscreen Flo-Thru model K24-1FT-SS, is constructed of stainless steel, finished to industrial, food, dairy and pharmaceutical standards.

Loosening the quick disconnect clamp ring assembly that connects the top and bottom frame sections allows the screen to be readily changed, or the screener to be disassembled for wash down.

The unit is designed with an optional suspension-mount feature, and is equipped with a Ball Screen anti-blinding device consisting of elastomeric balls held captive between the upper operating screen and a coarse, lower ball screen. The vibratory action of the screener causes the balls to bounce against the underside of the operating screen and dislodge near-size material lodged in screen apertures.

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