Centrifugal Screener includes bag dump station
Stainless steel Centri-Sifter[R] removes bag scraps and other oversize contaminants from manually dumped bulk materials while protecting operator and plant environment against dust contamination. Configured for installation on mezzanine, system gravity-discharges into process equipment. Ambient air and dust is drawn onto exterior of 2 cartridge filters that derive vacuum from top-mounted exhaust fan. Dust accumulated on filter’s exterior is dislodged and falls into screener.
MILLBURN, NJ – A new Centri-Sifter[R] centrifugal screener with integral bag dump station and dust collector removes bag scraps and other oversize contaminants from manually dumped bulk materials while protecting the operator and plant environment against dust contamination.
Configured for installation on a mezzanine, the system gravity-discharges into process equipment, and affords a sufficiently low deck height for operators to dump sacks and other containers.
Ambient air and dust from dumping activities is drawn onto the exterior of two cartridge filters that derive vacuum from a top-mounted exhaust fan. Dust accumulated on the filter’s exterior surfaces is dislodged by overcoming continuous negative pressure within the cartridge filters, with positive pressure introduced in short blasts on a timed cycle by pulse jet nozzles. Dislodged material falls into the screener while instant resumption of negative pressure collects any dust generated by the filter cleansing operation.
Centrifugal action created by rotating helical paddles accelerates the rate at which on-size particles pass through a horizontal screen cylinder. Oversize material is propelled through the downstream end of the screen cylinder to a discharge spout.
The Bag Dump Screener is constructed of stainless steel and finished to industrial, food, dairy or pharmaceutical standards.
The company manufactures a full line of centrifugal screeners and circular vibratory screeners for sifting, scalping, classifying, de-dusting de-lumping and dewatering applications, and fluid bed processors for drying, cooling, moisturizing or agglomerating of bulk materials.
For information contact Kason Corporation, 67-71 East Willow St., Millburn, NJ 07041, Tel: 973-467-8140, Fax: 973-258-9533, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Web: www.kason.com
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